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Make Updating Your Resume Way Easier With This Very Smart Tip

You’re looking for a new job, so it’s time to update the ol’ resume. But when you try to describe your last position, you stare off into space thinking, “Wait, what did I do, exactly?” Well, who’s better than describing the duties of your role than the employer itself?Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Don your spacesuits: Dancing Astronaut is hiring

Dancing Astronaut is looking to bring in fresh talent to help take our company to the next level. Take a look at the opportunities below and email your resume and a short paragraph detailing your qualifications to jobs@dancingastronaut.com Senior Writer / Editor Time expectation: 2-3 hours / day COMMUNICATION Develop and manage relationships with publicists, labels, […]

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How to Explain to the People You Live With That You’re Working

“You get to work from home? That’s awesome!” That’s what they all say to you. You nod and grimace because you know, while it is nice to skip the commute and avoid office politics, working from home comes with its own set of challenges. Namely, you know how difficult it is to make people understand […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Wish for Amazon’s HQ2 in Your Town

My hometown, Pittsburgh, is on Amazon’s short list of the 20 cities where they might build their second headquarters. I love that a(nother) hot tech company recognizes that our city is a great place to be, but you know what? I kind of hope we aren’t chosen.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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How to Predict and Prepare for Layoffs

Nobody is immune to layoffs. Whether you’re an executive or an entry-level hire, layoffs can—and probably will—affect you at some point in your career. Consultants and freelancers have a bit of a buffer thanks to their multiple income streams, but when their industry suffers, they suffer too. (There’s nothing like…Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Dave Chappelle’s New Special Is Surprisingly Blue Pill

Netflix has recently released Dave Chappelle’s latest duet of stand up comedy: “Equanimity” and “The Bird Revelation,” featuring the extremely talented, diverse, and crossover comedian himself, Dave Chappelle. While the oxymoron of black comedians crossing over and appealing to mostly non-whites hurling the “n-word” is not a new phenomenon, Chappelle offers erroneous (but undeniably humorous) […]

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Dave Chappelle’s New Special Is Surprisingly Blue Pill

Netflix has recently released Dave Chappelle’s latest duet of stand up comedy: “Equanimity” and “The Bird Revelation,” featuring the extremely talented, diverse, and crossover comedian himself, Dave Chappelle. While the oxymoron of black comedians crossing over and appealing to mostly non-whites hurling the “n-word” is not a new phenomenon, Chappelle offers erroneous (but undeniably humorous) […]

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Dave Chappelle’s New Special Is Surprisingly Blue Pill

Netflix has recently released Dave Chappelle’s latest duet of stand up comedy: “Equanimity” and “The Bird Revelation,” featuring the extremely talented, diverse, and crossover comedian himself, Dave Chappelle. While the oxymoron of black comedians crossing over and appealing to mostly non-whites hurling the “n-word” is not a new phenomenon, Chappelle offers erroneous (but undeniably humorous) […]

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See Salary Ranges and Commute Times with Google’s Improved Job Search Tool

Looking for work is stressful, especially when you think about toggling between the various job sites you’ll have to scour for the right gig (not to mention all the attendant resume tweaking) . To help, Google’s updating its recently launched Google for Jobs service, allowing job seekers to glean more information…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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How to Make Some Extra Cash Over the Holidays 

The stretch from November to January is so festive, so cheerful—and so expensive. There are the gifts for your family and friends, new outfits for dinners and parties, booze and food for your own shindigs, airfare or gas, holiday cards…the list goes on. In my house, at least, the late-January credit bills always…Read more… Continue […]

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