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Bad boss, bad boss, whatcha gonna do when they come for you? Sadly, having a poor manager is a fact of professional life for many of us. According to CNBC, nearly half of employees say they have a bad boss, and spend nearly 20 hours a week stressing about what a boss does or says. While you can’t control your manager’s actions and behaviors, you...

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Here’s a common problem for today’s job seekers: You got laid off some time ago when the economy tanked. Now, the job market is looking better, but your resume has a glaring gap on it. What can you do about it? While an employment gap can be troublesome, it doesn’t have to be a liability. A CareerBuilder survey found that 85 percent of hiring managers...

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Do you want to make more money? Of course you do! Doesn’t everybody? The real question is how you can make it happen. It all starts with that initial salary offer. If you don’t negotiate at the beginning, you will already be at a disadvantage since pay raises are often a percentage of your current salary. So, here are four salary negotiating tips from Forbes...

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Networking is the single most important skill for a profession to develop. Period. When it comes to your career, it really is all about who you know. A Harvard University study showed that 85 percent of the reason a person gets a job is because of networking. Only 15 percent was due to technical or job knowledge. And yet, networking is something we dread. Many of us are...

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You think you’re a model employee who works hard, gets things done, and fulfills expectations. But working hard doesn’t always translate into climbing the ladder at work. When it comes to getting a promotion, you have to be proactive. You must stand out. You need to make a really good case for why you should get promoted. After all, if you’re excellent at your job, why...

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Remember when you were a kid and you wanted to eat candy for dinner, but your parents said “no”? It was a terrible feeling, right? Nobody likes saying (or hearing) the word “no” — especially in the workplace. We may be adults now, but that word still comes with a terrible feeling. But sometimes, we have to say it, especially if we want to achieve...

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Your resume is polished. You’ve got the requisite skills. You’re armed with insightful questions. But none of that matters if you don’t make a good first impression on a job interviewer in the first five minutes. It doesn’t take long for people to form an opinion about you — a few minutes, if not seconds. So, if you want to ace a job interview, be...

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Six seconds. That’s all the time your resume has in front of recruiters before they decide to keep or toss it in the trash. So, it’s incredibly important that your resume make a very good impression in those six seconds, and that means making sure you don’t make any common, easy-to-correct mistakes. Here are five resume errors that plague many professionals: 1. It’s too long:...

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*!The Sales Associate is the number one position responsible for delivering T-Mobile’s aspiration of being America’s Most Highly Regarded Service Company. The Sales Associate exemplifies Delivering Customer Delight with an attitude of service to the customer while generating sales.The Sales Associate is responsible for building effective working relationships, making sound decisions, successfully making changes, initiating action and achieving results.Essential Functions * Customer – Through the...

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Description Our Retail Sales Associates are in the best position to deliver T-Mobile’s “staying connected” Retail promise to our customers. In this role, you’ll hone professional sales techniques and learn all about the technology T-Mobile offers as you build the service relationships that are the foundation of our company’s (and your team’s) success. OPPORTUNITY– YOUR CHANCE TO SHINEBecause customer satisfaction and loyalty is so important...

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