5 Tips for Boosting Productivity at Work

Productivity is key to making progress on projects at work and impressing your boss enough to earn a promotion. Home and office environments both have distractions that can influence work negatively – from chatty coworkers to social media websites. A task can sometimes be so tedious that you keep putting it off. Whatever the reason for your decreased productivity, avoid being reprimanded by superiors by trying a few of the following tricks.
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The Best Cities For Young Professionals

Recent college graduates want a satisfying first job experience in the real world that can allow them to feel challenged in the workplace yet content with their life away from a desk. That may mean staying in the same city or relocating to a different part of the U.S. A recent CareerBliss report surveyed 45,000 young professionals (with less than ten years worth of experience in a full-time position) who were asked to rate ten factors, including workplace happiness, work-life balance, daily tasks, job autonomy, compensation, etc.
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Job Hunting Secrets

Let’s face it — job hunting is not fun. Individuals in job-hunting mode are either unsatisfied with their current place of employment, or out of work. Neither scenario is ideal and can cause massive amounts of stress. It can feel as though the walls are closing in when no interest, interviews, or offers occur.

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How To Negotiate for a Higher Salary

Job hunting can be a daunting task. Whether you’re just out of school and searching for your first full-time gig or pursuing a new career, the hunt for employment can be a full-time job in and of itself! But when your hard work pays off and you finally nail that dream interview, it’s not quite time to celebrate just yet. Now you need to practice the delicate art of salary negotiation.

Here are some “Do’s and Don’t’s” to follow when negotiating your salary:

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