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Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 29

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 29

  Every week, the Actuary.com Employment Blog revisits the week’s top career articles. This week, we take a look at salary negotiations, promotions and performance reviews.   Should I Accept A Promotion If I’m Planning To Quit? You’ve finally been offered the promotion you’ve always wanted, but you’re already out the door. Should you accept it?   Staying […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 28

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 28

Every week, the Actuary.com Employment Blog revisits the week’s top career articles. This week, we’re taking a look at mental health in the workplace, how to ask for a salary increase, and more!   How To Deal With Rejection Learn how to handle rejection constructively and strategically with these tips.   How To Stick It Out At A […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 27

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 27

  Every week, the Actuary.com Employment Blog revisits the week’s top career articles. This week, we learn how to write a standout LinkedIn headline, the dos and don’ts of business meetings, and more!   How to Write a Standout LinkedIn Headline Get noticed on LinkedIn with an eye-catching headline. Try these 5 tips to get started.   10 […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 26

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 26

Every week, the Actuary.com Employment Blog revisits the week’s top career articles. This week, we take a look at reasons why you didn’t get the job, how to manage a bad manager, and more!   4 Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job—Despite Following All the Rules You still didn’t get the job even though your cover letter […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 25

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 25

  Every week, the Actuary.com Employment Blog revisits the week’s top career articles. This week, we review failure, low-ball salary offers, and job-hunting while pregnant.   Corny, But So True: 3 Life Lessons Failure Teaches You There are some lessons in life that can only be learned from failure, like the value of persistence.   How To […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 23

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 23

Whether you’re quitting, job-hunting, or interviewing – this week’s top career articles have something in store for you! How to Turbocharge Your Productivity, According to a New York Times Reporter Who’s Literally Written Books on the Topic New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg reveals his strategy for being more productive, and how to use Disney’s […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 22

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 22

Every week, the Actuary.com Employment Blog brings you the top career articles with the best advice. See what’s trending this week: The Five Worst Reasons To Stay In A Lousy Job Don’t let these 5 reasons keep you in a job you hate! Learn why this excuses don’t actually hold up, and how you can break free. […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 21

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 21

  Every week, the Actuary.com Employment Blog reviews top career articles to help you soar professionally. This week, we turn our focus to termination and job-hunting.   Ask A Manager: I Was Fired For Taking Initiative (And Undermining My Manager) When does taking initiative turn into undermining your manager? This reader found out the hard way.   […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 20

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 20

  Every week, the Actuary.com Employment Blog brings you the top career articles with the best advice. This week, we take a look at job satisfaction, workplace politics, and more!   Ask A Manager: How Important Is Job Satisfaction, Really? A reader asks about the importance of liking your job.   My Boss Threatened Me With A Bad […]

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 7

Weekly Actuarial Career Advice: 7

What are your goals for this year? Get going by reading these top career articles.  9 Awesome Strategies for People Who Are Already Ridiculously Organized Do you resolve to stay organized this year? Follow these tips to get started! Resume Trends – The New, The Now & What You Must Know Attention spans have changed, […]