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  1. Stop multitasking to become more productive

    You'll be more productive if you focus on one task at a time instead of trying to juggle several activities, writes Greg Wells. Multitasking prevents your brain from working optimally and can even temporarily lower your IQ, Wells writes. Entrepreneur online (10/20)
    24 Oct 2016 13:11:04 CDT
  2. How to be a STAR during a job interview

    Job candidates can use the STAR method to answer open-ended and behavioral-based questions during an interview, writes Saundra Loffredo, director of student and alumni affairs at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, N.Y. In this blog post, she outlines the process for describing a situation, the tasks, actions taken and the results to answer challenging questions. (10/24)
    24 Oct 2016 13:11:04 CDT
  3. What do unusual questions reveal in an interview?

    Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (10/22)
    24 Oct 2016 13:11:04 CDT
  4. Initial unemployment claims rise in US

    The number of US workers filing for jobless benefits for the first time rose 13,000 in the week that ended Oct. 15 to 260,000. It was the biggest total in six weeks. MarketWatch (10/20)
    24 Oct 2016 13:11:04 CDT
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