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Depressed in the Workplace | How to Survive and Thrive

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A depression or anxiety diagnosis can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to derail your career. In fact, many professionals navigate similar mental-health issues and, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Major Depressive Disorder affects over 16 million adults every year. It’s normal to have questions about how to handle depression in the workplace. […]

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How To Talk About Your Non-Traditional Career Goals

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The future of work is changing. Whether you are freelancing, starting your own nonprofit, or happily employed at an established organization, there are more ways than ever to design your own professional path, transition between fields, and create an impact. But the range of opportunities can be tricky to navigate and even more challenging to […]

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How to Highlight Your Volunteer Experience in an Interview

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Volunteering can help to boost your skills and expand your network while you are transitioning between sectors, rejoining the workforce after a career break, or trying to figure out how to utilize a degree. And highlighting your volunteer experience in an interview is a great way to show that you’re committed to a cause and […]

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5 Ways to Go Green in Your Job Search

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Even if you’re not looking exclusively for a green job, you can still go green in your job search by taking steps to reduce your carbon footprint. Your carbon footprint is a measure of the greenhouse gases emitted by your daily activities, such as turning on the lights, driving, and disposing of the food you […]

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