Deborah Swerdlow 65 posts
As a nonprofit advocacy professional living in Washington, D.C., Deborah works with groups across the country to educate their communities and lawmakers about public policies that can help low-income residents make ends meet. She is passionate about helping people connect their interests to a cause they believe in and empowering them to take action.

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Still Searching for That Perfect Job? Show Yourself Some Love

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples or romance. It’s a day to celebrate love and show love to the people in your life, including yourself. If you’re searching for a job—especially if you’ve been at it for a while—some self-love may be just what you need. After all, job searching is hard, and can often […]


Distracted by Technology? 3 Tips for Better Time Management

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What’s something you do every six minutes, on average, while at work? According to an analysis by HR Daily Advisor, the answer is: stop what you’re doing to check your email, instant message app, or other communication tools. While technology has increased our productivity in many ways, the downside to having so many easy-to-use tools […]


Getting to Know Your Office Neighborhood

During the week, we spend most of our waking hours at work—but how much do we know about the area surrounding our offices, the neighborhood where we spend all this time? For many of us, the answer may be “not much.” You may know the closest public transit stops or restaurants to grab a quick […]


How to Keep Networking Even After You’ve Got the Job

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People often think of networking as something you do as part of a job search—it’s a way to meet more people and get your name out there. But networking can be a valuable tool in other situations as well, and it shouldn’t stop simply because you begin a new job. To continue networking after you’ve […]