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Does Your Job Title Matter?

Does Your Job Title Matter? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out the article “Does Your Job Title Matter? ” I like to think of myself as a humble person, but full confession, I worked my … Continue reading

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Interview Questions : Pages of a Career Journal

Why is the question “why are people poor” always asked at job interviews? How do you interview with an agency when you feel very comfortable with them and already know their practices? I found these questions recently while reading through … Continue reading

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How sick is too sick to go to work?

A colleague walked into my office. I informed him he looked under the weather, and half-jokingly asked if he was contagious. He replied he didn’t think so. I suggested he make his way over to the ER to make sure. … Continue reading

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What Do You Do?

We are powerless in the face of many of life questions, but not all of them. The next time someone ask you what you do, tell them who you are. Share something about yourself that is true that matters. It … Continue reading

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The Scenario – Pages of a Career Journal

Interviewed with _____ for an on-call program coordinator position. They gave me the following scenario question: “You smell marijuana, you have a client at your elbow trying to look at the confidential sign in book, and you have two clients … Continue reading

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