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Daniela McVicker

Daniela McVicker is an author, psychologist, and educator. She believes that success depends on knowing the ideas that allow you to manage and master the universe of information. She currently works as freelance blogger for a number of educational sites, and you can follow her on Twitter (@danielamcvick) or add her on Facebook.
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Get Hired April 15, 2016
5 Ways to Land a New Nonprofit Job in 2016

As a society, we are growing more and more aware of the impacts our actions have on the lives of others and on the planet. This is why millennials' purchasing decisions are largely driven not only by price and quality, but also their consciences. For the same reasons, more and more people are looking to start careers in the nonprofit sector. Doing great work that has the potential for...

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Get Hired March 30, 2016
7 Types of Employers From Whom You Should Run

Nearly everybody who has been in the workforce for more than a few years has a bad boss story. Sometimes, in retrospect, these experiences make for good tales to tell your friends and family members. However, when you are in the thick of trying to extricate yourself from a bad employment situation or a toxic boss, things can be quite miserable. It would be wonderful if bad employers were...

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Get Hired February 24, 2016
Feel the Power: 9 Ways to Feel Confident During the Job Interview

Sitting through an interview can be a nerve-wracking experience for even the most confident of people. It is so easy to feel as if you have no control over the process and that you have no choice but to follow the lead of the interviewer – unless you take action to claim some of your power back. If you want to feel more confident and in control during job interviews, consider a few of...

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Success January 28, 2016
Are You 'Working Happy'? 11 Clues That You Are

We tend to have one of three attitudes toward our work lives: we really dislike our jobs and know it; we are rather neutral about our work – it pays our bills, and that's good enough; or we really enjoy our professional lives and know that we are in the right career. Sometimes, however, the lines between neutrality and true enjoyment are rather gray. How do we know if we are really in...

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