Jeannette Eaton 11 posts
For nearly two decades, Jeannette has been working for nonprofits and helping people identify their strengths. She has experience as an advocate for women and girls in crisis, a volunteer coordinator for adult literacy, and a family literacy instructor.

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Salary Negotiation | How to Make a Counter Offer

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For many nonprofit professionals, salary negotiation can feel like an elusive art form. Sometimes, we’re so happy that we got the job offer at all that we end up feeling as though we’ve run out of the energy and the gumption that may be required to initiate a salary talk. If you’re up for some […]

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Learning New Technology After 50 | Top Tips

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Whether you’re a tech newbie or a confident veteran, it’s easy to feel that as soon as you have mastered one piece of technology, it all changes. If you’re over 50, you have likely learned that nothing is constant and have gone through your fair share of changes over the course of your career. But […]

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Roundup! | Last Year’s Best Advice for This Year’s Career Goals

Now that we’re a few months into the year, we thought this would be a good time to remind you to check back in on those career resolutions and to help you stay on track. Today, we’re rounding up our most popular posts from the last year to help you stay committed—or recommit you—to your […]

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Back to the Workforce After a Career Break?

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If you’re looking to jump back into the job search after a career break, it’s likely that you are dealing with some jitters. You may have taken a break for a variety of reasons, or even a combination of a few. Perhaps you decided to start a family, had to address personal health concerns, or were […]

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