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These days, the job market is about as hospitable as the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Nevertheless, you can't avoid jumping in the water sooner or later.
Take a walkthrough of the home-buying process.
I’ve sold a bunch of stuff on Craigslist over the years–mostly furniture and household items. Before a recent big move, I sold five pieces of old furniture (a bookshelf, two wall shelves, a dresser and a desk) in 3 days, for the full price I listed each item at, easy peasy. You can too.
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What one thing would you bring if you had to be shipwrecked on a deserted island? Which things would you save in a fire? What would your most prized possession be in a zombie apocalypse?
It’s important to be prepared in times of emergency. But what constitutes an emergency? What kinds of things should you prepare for?
The U.S. job outlook is grim and has been for a while, but we’re all just doing our best to trudge on. Much of America is in “take what you can get” mode, so mass applying inevitably ensues. The problem with this is you end up searching for the job rather than the companies you want to work for. This is obvious, you might say–after all, you want to do a specific kind of work so that’s what you’re applying for–but where you undergo that work is almost as important as the work itself.
After a morning of futile screen-staring my brain and eyes were in shutdown mode. No words were flowing from my fingers. No creative sparks were flickering in my brain. So I logged-off for a few, and headed to the park several blocks from the office. It was sunny out. I laid down on the grass, stared up at the trees and dozed off for 20 minutes.