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    What’s Your Personal Brand?

    Have you ever thought about yourself as a brand? In today's highly competitive professional environment, having a strong personal brand can mean the difference between your dream career and being stuck in a professional rut.

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    Considering A Career In Property Management?

    Real estate firms are already feeling the challenges that come with a workforce shortage of skilled professionals. Could you be perfect for a long career as a commercial property manager?

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    Quick Guide to Earning an IREM Credential

    There comes a point in everyone’s career where you ask yourself, “How do I get to the next level?” Sometimes there’s more than one answer, but when it comes to a career in property management there’s one that stands out; earning an IREM designation.

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    7 Networking Hacks for Newbies

    The saying is cliche for a reason, “It’s all about who you know.” Real Estate is an industry in which having a solid network of connections is almost a requirement, and to build your list of connections you need to network.

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    Should You Critique Your Boss?

    Sometimes known as “upward feedback”, allowing the space for performance evaluation to flow from employee to boss is highly valuable to effective leadership and job satisfaction. The problem is, many managers and/or companies don’t openly welcome this.

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    Industry Credential: A Professional's Secret Weapon

    The New Year marks a fresh starts; a time to set new goals and ambitions. What better time to start looking at one of the best investments a property manager could make in his/her career?

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    5 Resume Mistakes You're Definitely Making

    Resumes have been the stress point of many a job seeker since Leonardo Da Vinci submitted the first resume in 1481. Luckily we’ve come a long way in these last 535 years.

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    3 Tips on a Asking for a Raise

    It's the time of year when many people think about asking for a raise or bonus. If you're one of those people, here are 3 tips to help you approach this normally uncomfortable discussion with confidence!

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