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How to Prepare for an Interview

Many interviewers say they typically know right away whether or not they're going to hire someone. Which means if you're not careful, your interview may be over in as little as 90 seconds! If you really want to make sure you're prepared, here are a few items to keep in mind.

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6 Simple Tips to Find Your Passion

For some people, identifying what really, truly motivates them is simple; it’s almost part of who they are. But for the rest of us? Not so easy. Here are 6 simple tips to help you pinpoint your passion in life and in the workplace.

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How to Actually Achieve Your New Year's Resolutions

It’s great to have goals and each year many people set new goals for themselves. Unfortunately, many people seem to put more energy into making their resolutions than achieving them. Here are a few helpful hints on how to develop good habits, make your resolutions stick, and see real change by this time next year.

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4 Deadly Interview Mistakes You Should Avoid

Knowing what you cannot do is more important than knowing what you can. However, many people still overlook the importance of learning what not to do during an interview. To avoid potential pitfalls that hurt your first impression and your chance of getting hired, learn the following tips before your next interview.

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4 Ways to Unleash the Power of Introverts

In today’s increasingly competitive workplace that emphasizes self-promotion and networking, extroverts often outshine introverts. However, according to Forbes, 40% of the high-powered executives and historical leaders, including Bill Gates and Ghandi, are introverts. If you are one of them, make use of the following tips to unleash your introvert power!

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The Kinds of Product Managers Fueled Hires

Professionals and recent grads alike come to Startup Institute seeking a better understanding of the hiring process. There are so many unknowns that make navigating the process a guessing game: “What skills are most important to this company? What type of job experience do they want to see?”

Getting the inside scoop on what hiring managers look for in job candidates can help you focus on what’s important: landing the job.

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Learning Responsive Web Design

Have you ever tried to buy a product on your smartphone only to find that the text is too hard to read or the page cuts off? Maybe you have tried to show a friend something interesting on your tablet, only to be frustrated when the page doesn't lay out as nicely as it did on your laptop? Responsive web design is about using HTML and CSS to allow users to view the same web page on multiple devices with ease.

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Sidney Baptista: From IT Consultant To Growth Manager At Breather

As the growth manager for the on-demand workspace company Breather, Sidney Baptista gets to work in a rapidly evolving field. However, his career path wasn't always pointing him toward this role. Instead, a significant change took him into the world of marketing.

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