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Helpful Job Interview Tips for Anxious Introverts

Interviewing for jobs can stress anyone out. However, introverts typically find it more difficult to express themselves, and as such, they can be overwhelmed with anxiety in new social or professional situations. If you’re an introvert, follow these tips to prepare yourself and score that job that you’ve been dreaming of for so long.

How to Be More Productive at Your New Job

No matter what job you have, maximizing your productivity is the goal you should always aspire to achieve. Even back when you were in school, you did all you could to be more productive while doing your best to avoid procrastination and other less productive approaches to completing all of your work. Congratulations on your…

4 Questions You Should Ask During a Job Interview

Do you have a job interview coming up? If so, congratulations! The better you can prepare, the more confident you will feel, and confidence is a key part of getting that job.But since an interview is focused on you answering the questions, you might overlook the fact that you can ask questions too.

How to Improve Collaboration Between Schools and Community Support

Schools often reflect the communities where they are located and the districts they serve. But as the American public education system continues to struggle through real or perceived inequalities in terms of funding, student success rates, and teacher retention, one possible solution is to involve the community. Let’s take a closer look at how community…

6 Ways to Improve the Mental Health Stigma

Mental Health Awareness Day was October 10th. Since mental health in the workplace was this year’s theme, talking about mental health and the stigma around it remains an essential topic Because the mental health stigma interferes with employment opportunities, we need to do something about it. But how can we make the necessary changes?

Adjusting to the Night Shift as a Registered Nurse

One of the toughest parts of working as a registered nurse is the long hours you’ll have to endure. The schedules that healthcare professionals of any kind are used to can be brutal and far more stressful than compared to jobs outside of the health sector. Working the night shift, especially for new nurses, can…

How A Psychologist Can Help Ease Job Stress

Stress is a normal part of working life, just as it is in school. If you are under strain from constant job stress, it may be worth seeking the assistance of a psychologist. Not only can a psychologist help you determine what could be causing your stress, but they can also recommend strategies to cope…

How You Can Tell if Your Job Interview Was Successful

If you’re still searching for a job, how can you measure your success? The clearest indication is without a doubt, hearing the phrase “congratulations, you’re hired!” in some way shape or form. Even though what you think went wrong can overshadow what you did right, you shouldn’t dwell on what didn’t go right in your…

Getting Enough Sleep as a Certified Nursing Assistant

Whether you are a full-fledged nurse, or a certified nursing assistant (CNA), getting enough sleep can be a daunting challenge. Long shifts, of twelve hours or more, can tax your strength and endurance. Sometimes, you may even find yourself working double shifts. Either way, when you work as a certified nursing assistant, sleep deprivation is…

How Are Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Different?

If you were unfamiliar with occupational therapy and physical therapy, would you think they were the same? You might also wonder what relationship they have with one another. Despite the confusion regarding these two fields, they are different. Even so, there are times when they overlap. Let’s learn more about them!