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    The Best Job Hunting Resources You Should Be Taking Advantage Of
    Whether you’re fresh out of college or find yourself looking for a new job for the first time in 20 years, knowing where to start may not come so easily. Most people don’t keep up on the changes in the way people find employment, because, well, if you’re not looking, why would you care? Getting into the employment pool can be overwhelming, no matter how much experience you have. The bad news is that the ways to find a job in today’s marketplace are endless. The good news is that the ways to find a job in today’s marketplace are endless. Some methods of job hunting are more effective than others, so let’s take a look at some of the better ways to look for employment.
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    Six Work-Life Balance Tips for Adult Learners
    Going to school as an adult has some advantages. Mature students have had additional time to consider what they really want to pursue. They’re often more focused on their studies than they might have been as a teen or young adult and they usually have extra motivation to get through their courses and to do well in them. That said, mature students also tend to have added responsibility over and above their studies, which is why finding work life balance is paramount. Here, we explore strategies for balancing work and school and for keeping your head above water as an adult learner.
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    Top Career Risks You Won’t Regret Taking
    Some people thrive on change. They revel in the anticipation of the unknown and believe that transitions come with exciting new prospects and opportunities. Many others dread change, especially when it’s risky and has to do with their career. It’s always a little terrifying to take a leap of faith when it comes to income and job security, but sometimes the switch can really pay off.
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    What’s the Difference Between a CV and a Resume?
    When applying for a job, it’s not uncommon to be asked to attach a resume or CV to provide more information about your educational background and relevant experience. Most people attach a resume and don’t give it a second thought. But what about the CV? What is it, and how is it different from a resume? When should you use a CV, and when should you use a resume? Putting your accomplishments down on paper for prospective employers to determine whether or not they want to work with you can be a daunting task, so it’s wise to make sure that you’re giving them exactly what they’re looking for.
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    Setting Priorities for Work, Home, and in the Classroom
    Going with the flow seems like a relaxing way of life, but do it for too long and life gets completely out of control. The truth is that most people need some organization their lives. Vacation is a great time to run without a plan, but in regular life setting priorities is essential to making sure everything gets done. In all areas of life there are urgent tasks, important but less pressing ones, and things that can be done anytime. To get everything taken care of in a timely manner you have to be willing to prioritize your responsibilities. Here are some tips and tricks for setting priorities and getting your life on track.
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