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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Attention Healthcare Workers! Here’s How You Can Make Your Job Less Stressful

Working in the healthcare sector is hard no matter where you live. There are brilliant healthcare services that benefit people and ensures we don’t have to pay ridiculous amounts of money for basic health treatments.

The flip side of this is that it’s very demanding on healthcare workers. They’re often underpaid, have staff shortages, and work unbelievably long hours.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Side-Skills: Easy Ways To Boost Your Resume

Trying to get a job in the modern world is often a very scary endeavor. From the very beginning, it will be apparent that competition is rife, and you’re going to have to do a lot to impress the employers available to you.

There are a lot of candidates for most of the roles you’ll be applying for, making it hard to feel confident, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Instead, with the right effort, you can boost your resume, giving yourself an edge in this cut-throat arena, and this post is going to show you how to achieve it this year.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace, New Worker

Why More People Are Turning to Online Teaching as Their Career of Choice

Out of all the career choices we have available to us, freelancing and working at home is arguably one of the most popular choices due to the independence, security and freedom it offers once you get the ball rolling.

However, with so much choice for what you can do to make money as a freelancer, you’ll often be stuck thinking what the best decision is. However, as expected, you need to be sure that this is what you want.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration, Magazine, New Worker, Podcast, Relaxation, The Immigrant Worker, The Workaholic Series

It’s December Fam!! + Please Complete this Short Survey

Happy December!!

I still can’t believe that the year is almost over. It’s been an interesting one I bet you. So much has been learned and I’m still learning. But most importantly, I’m excited to have had the opportunity to share a lot with you via this platform.

It’s one of the best things that have happened to me this year.

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Love-hate relationship with 9-5
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

That Love-Hate Relationship of the 9-5

Don’t get me wrong, sometimes I don’t understand the whole concept of the 9-5 life too. I’m like, who the hell thought this was worth it? How did they come to accept this?

Whoever the ‘they’ is or are.

How was this even the drill and how does it continue to be?

Don’t ever think I’ve got it all figured out. For Christ’s sake, I’m a millennial and I figure the whole ‘misconception’ applies to me too. Millennials can’t sit still. Millennials are impatient. Millennials this. Millennials that. 

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Working in Customer Service
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

The Best Ways To Survive Working In A Customer Service Role

Being a millennial, it means you are unfairly maligned at points, you are described as lazy, entitled, and apparently we expect something for nothing. Yet, the vast majority of career go-getting millennials find themselves working in customer service roles, namely contact centers.

This may not be how most people view a career, especially if you are working in an environment where your efforts are not recognized, but, for lots of people looking to make something of themselves, either in industries like insurance, or customer service, this is a necessary evil.

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Feeling unsafe at work
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Do You Feel Safe In Your Job?

This might seem like such a broad question to ask, but do you truly feel safe in your job? Not safe as in your physical safety, but in other aspects as well. Do you feel mentally stable? Is your job secure? Do you feel happy coming into work each day?

Your mental stability is so important and your job or workplace plays an active role in how you’ll generally react. If you’re feeling unsafe, it should naturally result to stress and could affect how you treat loved ones or people around you.

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