Personal Career Decision Making

What to Do When Your Job Is Hurting Your Mental Health

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Although improved awareness around mental health has made workplaces more attuned to supporting struggling employees, some workplaces are still making employees’ mental health worse. And not only is poor mental health detrimental to you on a personal level, but it can …

By Daisy Sawyer - Vault
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Here’s What You Need to Know (and Ask) if Your Company’s Considering a Hybrid Work Setup

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You spent so many months adjusting to the new COVID-19 norms that defined your work life, such as suddenly becoming a fully remote employee. But at some point, you’ll likely have to adjust to a whole new set of norms …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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How to Deal with a Denied Promotion and Salary Increase

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If you’ve ever asked for a promotion or salary increase, you know how daunting the task can be. You may have spent hours perfecting what you’re going to say and running over every little detail to prepare yourself. Once the …

By John Allen - Vault
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Public Health Needs People With Diverse Skills and Backgrounds—Here Are 9 Careers to Consider

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Before the COVID-19 pandemic, most people in the United States didn’t think very much about public health. But now that terms like “epidemiology” and “social distancing” have been added to everyone’s vocabulary list, you might be thinking more than ever …

By Heather Krasna - The Muse
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Template Toolbox | Leaving Your Job? Use This Transition Plan Template

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A big part of leaving your job on good terms is smoothly transitioning projects and responsibilities. You can set your successors up for success by creating a transition plan and sharing it with a supervisor before your final day at …

By Deborah Swerdlow - Idealist Careers
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Stuck in a Career Rut? Here’s How to Get Out

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When you’re in a career rut, you feel dull and unproductive. You feel like you’re not growing or progressing. And a career rut can be very difficult to get out of. Fear, lack of confidence, and disbelief in yourself and …

By Natalie Fisher - Vault
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