What I’ve Learned By Living In Another Country

Some people love to travel. Normally people don’t like to stay away from family, friends and the place where they grew up, but traveling is a part of life. It’s important to go out and explore places, culture and traditions, and you can do that only if you decide to step out of your comfort…
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7 Things Greek Life Taught Me

Greek life: two words that might make people run. That’s because all everyone thinks about are the sorority movies out in the world. At one time, I thought the same thing…that Greek life was just about the pillow fights and the drinking games. But I decided to take a leap of faith and check out…
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Should You Date Someone You Work With?

A CareerBuilder survey from Valentine’s Day 2015 found that 37 percent of workers have dated a co-worker, with 30 percent of those office romances actually leading to marriage. However, five percent of workers who have had an office romance say they left their job because that relationship went sour. So is dating in the workplace…
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How Social Media Affects Your Job Search

Thinking of applying for or landing a new job that could be the perfect match for you? You know, the job that pays more or has flexible hours, allowing you to work from home or pick when to work? There could be one major factor preventing you from landing that interview, and it starts at…
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3 Ways An Employee-Focused Culture Retains Valuable Workers

Nearly 5.1 million Americans quit their jobs or were laid off in December, according to a U.S. News & World Report article. That made December the most significant month for American job separations since 2008. With layoffs lulled to a 13-month low, the extreme majority of those several million members of the workforce left their…
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Life In Vikings Territory: Perspective From A Packers Fan

I’ve always been a diehard Packers fan. When I was a kid, I remember jumping up and down in front of the TV, screaming at the top of my lungs whenever the Packers scored a touchdown. And to this day, I haven’t changed one bit. On game day, my eyes are constantly glued to the…
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15 Things I Miss About My Childhood

Growing up can either be an exciting or terrifying concept. For me it was always something I looked forward to, whether it was getting my license, going to college, or getting married. Now I can say I’ve done all that. I’ve been told I’m a mature and responsible adult. I would agree with that, but…
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