Building a Work Wardrobe on a Budget

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You finally land a great job or internship and realize you have nothing to wear. Upgrading your college sweats and leggings to an office appropriate attire isn’t easy or cheap. Don’t Buy it all at Once – One of the biggest mistakes you can make when building your new wardrobe is to buy it all …

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5 Questions to Ask During a Job Interview

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You know that terrifying moment in a job interview when the person interviewing you says, “So, do you have any questions for me?” By that point, many candidates have been listening intently, trying to absorb information rather than thinking of questions to ask during a job interview. It’s hard to get out of the “hey-aren’t-you-supposed-to-be-asking-ME-questions?” …

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How to Say No (And Why You Need To)

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We’re all busy and tired, no matter what we do on a day-to-day basis. A lot of time commitments arise because people tend to overcommit. Some enjoy being constantly busy, but there’s a fine line to walk here. You can have a fulfilling, exciting life, or you can be drowning in stress. Crossing over the …

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6 Ways to Stay Organized at Work

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by Janelle Witting Keeping Your Balance is a blog brought to you by Michigan First Credit Union and The Oakland Press. There’s no denying the fact that American workplaces hurtle forward at a relentless pace. For many workers, “checking out” at the end of the work day is no longer an option. While this can …

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