How to Become a Financial Professional

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Have you decided to switch careers in light of the COVID-19 pandemic? You’re far from alone. Although it seldom gets mentioned as essential work, the finance field isn’t going to disappear anytime soon.

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Seven Tips if Your Career Isn't For You

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Many people think about changing careers, but they don’t know where to start. They let fear and other people’s opinion made them stay in a career that isn’t for them. If you are in this group of people, here is some advice for you.

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How to Pursue a Federal Career

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If you want a career with impressive job security and outstanding benefits, federal government jobs offer what you seek. What kind of degree do you need, and how can you get your foot in the door?

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Great Learning Options for Students Who Want to Teach

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“Experience highly preferred.” These words might cause you to reconsider submitting a resume for an open position at all. It’s an age-old problem — you need experience to get the job you want, but to meet that qualification, you need to first work in a related field.

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Why You Need a Plan for Your Career

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From a young age, everyone imagines what they want to be when they grow up, whether it be a pirate or a princess. As the years go by, your ideal dream job may change to something more practical, such as a doctor or teacher. After going through years of school and getting a degree, you probably have an idea of what you want to do, but may wonder what steps are needed to get there.

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What Gen Z Grads Should Know About Working With Other Generations

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Today, five generations span our workforce — traditionalists, baby boomers, Generation X, millennials and Generation Z. Each group seems to carry their own characteristics, experiences and attitudes, all of which impact their work style. It’s important to recognize each generation so you can communicate with them effectively.

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3 Careers to Consider if You Have a Passion for Houses

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The home industry is booming in America. It’s responsible for investing trillions of dollars into the gross domestic product and serving as a primary source of wealth and equity for millions of Americans. For many, real estate can provide a fantastic, enjoyable, and lucrative career. If you love homes, there are plenty of jobs for you to consider. Here are three such examples.

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What to Know When Considering a Career as a First Responder

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First responders have one of the most important jobs in the world. Whether they’re firefighters, police or EMS personnel, they know how to act quickly to save lives. However, first responder careers aren’t for everyone, and it’s wise to honestly and thoroughly consider any jobs in this industry before committing.

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Post-Graduation: How to Make Your LinkedIn Profile Stand Out

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While you’re in school, it’s hard to think about anything other than upcoming deadlines and projects. After you start your senior year, you learn to juggle the classroom responsibilities with enjoying your last college experiences. At the same time, everyone’s wondering where they’ll work after graduation and how they’ll transition into their post-college life.

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