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5 jobs that will make you feel more relaxed

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5 Secrets of Great Leadership — Here’s what it takes from Dale C.

[To comment:] Thanks again to the “Dale Carnegie Training Newsletter” Anita Zinsmeister, President — Dale Carnegie® Training of Central & Southern New Jersey  BY JOHN BRANDON   Contributing editor, Great leaders are not born into the role. They exhibit traits that have been learned, refined, honed, and improved over many years. There’s no single trait […]

5 Easy Ways To Enhance Communication at Work — Communication Strategies from “Entrepreneur”

[To comment: larry at larry litwin dot com] This week’s blog comes from: Dale Carnegie Training Newsletter Anita Zinsmeister, President — Dale Carnegie® Training of Central & Southern New Jersey  By  HAN-GWON LUNG CONTRIBUTOR Co-founder of Tailored Ink There’s a fantastic video on YouTube of babies vigorously talking to one another. It’s impossible to watch that video […]

10 Tips for new professionals

[To comment:] From PRSA’s May 2016 issue of Tactics. Credit Sara Cullin, APR — a writer, editor and social media manager in Cincinatti. Follow her @ saracullin on Twitter. Says Sara Cullin: “Have a plan or road map for accomplishing your goals. Here are 10 ways you can embrace the challenges and opportunities your’re bound to […]

Tips for developing your personal brand

[To comment:] CareerBuilder’s Matt Tarpey offers these tips: Identify your passion Prepare an elevator speech (See Larry Litwin’s The Public Relations Practitioner’s Playbook and The ABCs of Strategic Communication when you are ready to craft YOUR elevator speech. Books available via Network, network, network Get your name out there More advice on personal branding is available in […]

10 worst-paying college majors

[To comment:] According to, these are the 10 worst-paying college majors during 2014-2015 with starting salary and mid-career salary: Exercise science = $32,000/$51,000 Horticulturalist = $35,200/$50,900 Animal science = $33,600/$55,200 Music = $35,700/$51,400 Biblical studies = $35,400/$50,800 Child and family studies = $30,300/$37,200 Culinary arts = $34,800/$51,000 Photography = $36,200/$55,500 Social work = […]

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‘Money (Mag)’ — Will it get positive action? What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2016

[To comment:] offers this advice when crafting your resume: “Drop these skills from your resume.” These tips plus No. 64 on>Student Resources>Handouts will help you get eyeballs on your Resume. I suggest you visit both my website and this one one (making certain you download the example). Be certain to craft a strategic […]

Good luck college grads

[To comment:] According to USA Today’s Jae Yang and Janet Loehrke, 68 percent of college graduates this year (2016) are graduating with student-loan debt.  Source: Accenture Strategy survey of 2,018 college graduates from 2014, 2015 and 2016. [To comment:] [ cyalis levitra sales viagra | viagra discount | new drug for women viagra | overseas […]

Salaries and grads

[To comment:] (From USA Today) College seniors — 42 percent of them — expect to earn more than $50,000 at their first jobs while 23 percent of companies pay that amount. Source: ICIMS analysis of 400 college seniors and 400 hiring managers. Jay Yang and Vernon Brave, USA Today. [To comment:] [ buy viagra | is […]