U.S. employment gains slowed more than expected in January as the boost to hiring from unseasonably mild weather faded.
In an effort to find new hires who are cultural fits, employers are putting more emphasis on soft skills, or intangible qualities that aren't on a resume.
Consider negotiating pay, vacation time, relocation expenses or other benefits before starting a new job.
People who are extra dedicated to their jobs, or working in particularly stressful and demanding positions, might be especially prone to feeling burnt out.
Instead of blaming your superiors for your position at work, here is one tip that is actually more constructive.
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