• 6 Job Tip #1: Don't Take Things Personal
    Remember that your colleagues and bosses are people too. When someone snaps, often it has nothing to do with you. What to do? Be like a duck... just let the water roll right off of you.
  • 7 Article: How To... Be Detail Oriented
    Being detail-oriented is a skill that can be learned if you practice keying in on little things like names, dates, places, times and numbers. In today’s highly competitive workplaces it’s often the little things that set you apart.
  • 8 Job Tool: External Drive
    For when you need added computer space for files, or have data that is always on the move. An External Drive is a hard disk that’s separate from a computer...
  • 9 Job Skill: Good Communication
    Good Communication skills are a necessity in every area of life, and especially at work. Work relationships with bosses, colleagues, clients, customers, suppliers and more, are all shaped and formed by the process of positive or negative communication and interaction.
  • 11 Career Industry: Advertising
    For those who enjoy pop culture and creating brand love. There is probably no other profession in the world that pays you to be creative, eccentric, and slightly schizophrenic.
  • 10 Article: How To... Instant Message at Work
    This article isn’t about the mechanics of how to use an instant messenger. This is more of a heads-up about some things to consider before signing in and chatting away at work.
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Latest Tips
#14 PACK YOUR LUNCH: As a young professional, you are not rich. Your boss and colleagues probably order lunch from Pier 59 French Bistro everyday. But you are NOT them. Even though you see this behavior everyday and can easily get caught up in it, you are NOT making their money and therefore NOT able to splurge on daily food ordering. So suck it up and pack a lunch. You will find yourself in a much better financial situation. And hey, perhaps you'll start a trend.
#2 TRACK YOUR TIME: When you are an hourly worker, always pretend as if you are clocking in and out. Keep detailed track of your time everyday including all breaks. You never know when you'll need it. Plus you'll see it helps greatly for your own FYI. Spreadsheets are ideal. Microsoft.com, under the Template section, has lots of good ones.
#5 GREET THE RECEPTIONIST: This is just standard. Even if the person is cranky or mean, always say hello and be sincere. They could potentially hold a lot of information and can even be a source of support. Plus, they're usually the ones that hold and control your calls.  Be nice.

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