Wednesday, October 12, 2016

[RED DEMOCRATICA] When to keep short-term jobs on your resume


3 things to know about promotions | A 10-step process for talking yourself up | Air Force adds more than 33,000 airmen in fiscal 2016
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3 things to know about promotions
Stepping stones
You should do your due diligence on potential promotions before automatically accepting them, writes Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter. Make sure to track your achievements at work before asking for a promotion and evaluate promotions by considering the transition and timelines involved.
Glassdoor (10/11) 
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A 10-step process for talking yourself up
Nobody likes a braggart, but talking yourself up in a genuine way is a necessary part of career success, Vanessa Van Edwards writes. Her 10-step process starts with doing amazing work and understanding what your "peaks" are while discussing your accomplishments in a way that invites others to share their feats.
Science of People (10/11) 
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The Landscape
Air Force adds more than 33,000 airmen in fiscal 2016
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The 33,645 airmen recruited in fiscal 2016 is the highest total for a single fiscal year since the Vietnam era, the Air Force said last week. The Air Force expanded its ranks from 311,000 personnel to about 317,000 during the period.
Air Force Times (free registration) (10/8) 
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Your Next Challenge
When to keep short-term jobs on your resume
It's smart to include short-term jobs on your resume if leaving them off would cause an employment gap of one year or more, writes Caroline Ceniza-Levine. It's also more important that your jobs add to your overall story than to have a long list of lengthy stints at various companies. (10/11) 
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Balancing Yourself
Join with others to stop overworking
Willpower isn't enough to force yourself into a better work-life balance, writes Peter Fleming. Instead, group up with other individuals who want to prioritize work-life balance and work together to confront "work-mania," Fleming writes.
The Guardian (London) (10/11) 
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The Water Cooler
Bees can teach each other new skills, researchers say
Bees can learn a task, then share that knowledge with other bees, according to a study published in PLOS Biology. In the experiment, researchers taught a bee how to pull a string to retrieve a reward, then released the trained bee into its colony, where they recorded how much the newly learned behavior spread.
The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (10/6) 
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