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Why hard skills aren’t enough to land a position in a hot job market

by Trent Gillies, Cnbc.com
January 14, 2019

For workers armed with both hard and soft skills, which jobs are in high demand? Roth pointed to technology. “Data scientist is the number one, the most in-demand job. Really, it’s just about understanding statistics,” he said. “Companies have more data now than they’ve ever had before. Making any sense of the data is very...[Click to read more]

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Help Your Employees Set Professional Goals With These 15 Tips

by Forbes Communications Council, Forbes.com
January 14, 2019

As an employer or team leader, one of your key roles is to help develop your employees’ unique strengths and interests within their respective roles. Regularly setting goals for your team members not only builds their engagement and work satisfaction, but also boosts productivity. The start of a new year is a great time to...[Click to read more]

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The Big Six Entrepreneurial Skills Every Successful Freelancer Has Mastered

by Jon Younger, Forbes.com
January 12, 2019

Organizational pundits often talk about the difference between “hard” and “soft” skills.  The idea is this: hard skills, or technical skills, are the competencies that companies pay for.  If you are hired as an engineer you had better demonstrate expertise in computing, data analysis and modeling, and systems design.  Hard, or technical skills, are directly...[Click to read more]

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9 Productivity Hacks for Working from Home

by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S., Psychcentral.com
January 12, 2019

Working from home can be incredibly convenient. You get to skip the long commute and rush-hour traffic. Your schedule is flexible, and can bend and bow to fit whatever you need to do (like picking up your kids from school and actually getting to the bank before it closes). But working from home isn’t without...[Click to read more]

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Tips On How to Work-From-Home Effectively

by Realclearlife.com
January 11, 2019

The prospect of working from home away from the disciplined environment of an office might sound like a procrastinator’s worst nightmare — but it doesn’t have to be. Whether it be an illness, childcare obligation, home repair scheduling or due to straight-up ease and convenience, there are a myriad number of reasons why a person might have to work...[Click to read more]

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Tips On How To Create A Workplace That Appeals To Today’s Workers

by Kristen Wessel, Forbes.com
January 10, 2019

Read the headlines and you’ll see that millennials are reshaping modern business. While some people swear it’s a fire-and-brimstone situation, I, a real millennial and business leader, say otherwise. A millennial is defined as a person born between 1981 and 1996. We grew up in a time when technology changed rapidly. Most millennials fondly remember the days of...[Click to read more]

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Leading A Remote Team? 12 Tips For Building A Cohesive Company Culture

by Expert Panel, Forbes Technology Council, Forbes.com
January 10, 2019

Thanks to modern technology, many jobs that once required an in-office presence can now be done from anywhere. This is especially true for tech companies, many of which now operate with partially or fully remote teams. Even when managing a mostly remote staff, creating a strong, cohesive company culture is still one of the most...[Click to read more]


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