Career Advice

What to Do When a Job Search Drought Hits

Bravery Careers November 8, 2021

There may be a time in your employment journey when you hit a complete job search drought. You may have over a decade of experience and an excellent reputation with most previous employers, and it can still happen. Don't be discouraged about that, as it can happen to anyone. Consider trying these strategies to see if they help:

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Is Job Security Better as a Contractor or Employee?

Bravery Careers October 11, 2021

As you navigate the employment and business world, you may wonder how you can get the highest level of job security. You might be considering working as a contractor or an employee. Here's some information about both arrangements and which one is more secure.

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Three Bridge Jobs That Might Help You Get by in Between Jobs

Bravery Careers September 7, 2021

No one ever expects to lose a job abruptly. It can happen when you least expect it, however. In that case, grabbing a bridge job can help you get through the ordeal. Here's some information on bridge jobs:

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The Benefits of Choosing an Overnight Job Position

Bravery Careers August 9, 2021

Many employers have jobs available on the shift that people refer to as the graveyard shift. Graveyard jobs generally start at 10:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., and they're usually eight hours long. Some warehouse jobs may be 10-hour shifts. As a person looking for work, you may want to consider taking such a job. These are some benefits it can offer you:

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How to Know if You Should Retire With a Company

Bravery Careers July 8, 2021

Sometimes people work jobs, and other times they work careers. A career place of employment is a place where someone knows they want to stay until retirement. The following are three indications that you plan to retire at your current place of employment:

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