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Yeneilyn Haim

My name is Yeneilyn Haim. I’m a writer and marketer for Thoemke Enterprises. My love for journalism originated early in life when I was offered an editorial role in the sports section of my high school's newspaper. As a Registered Nurse educator, I also find myself researching, teaching, and writing. I unify my skills to provide readers purposeful information on career advice, management skills, employment tips, and trending news. I hope you find value in these articles, and I'm looking forward to hearing your feedback!            


 

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Get the Insights on What Drives Millennials in the Job Market

A large influx of millennials are continuously entering the workforce. Many of which are ambitious for success and eager to venture into new career opportunities. What inspires millennials in the job market? Does Generation Y have different career expectations than baby boomers or previous generations?

These young professionals in their 20’s and 30’s are finding creative ways of increasing profit, productivity, and yielding optimal results with limited resources and time. Many employers are cognitive of these positive contributions shifting to a more flexible and accommodating work cultures. With the growing population of millennials in the job market it’s crucial for leaders to understand what inspires potential employees.

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Jobs With Slowest Growth Potentials

Are you venturing new career paths? If so, it’s fundamental to examine jobs with limited employment opportunities. According to Forbes certain careers are anticipated to decline by 2020. Some of the occupations listed may catch you by surprise, while others are presently scarce in todays job market. One commonality among the positions outlined below is starting level of education. These jobs required a high school degree or equivalent. A large pool of employment opportunities remains constant among professionals with more advanced studies. That is not to say professions are limited to individuals with advanced degrees as some career paths are successful without a college degree or equivalent education. When determining suitable occupations, it’s key to consider work opportunities and future growth potentials.

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Leadership Strategies to Increase Productivity at Work

Job responsibilities and time constraints in the workplace calls attention to the importance of productivity. This is essential for individuals in professional roles were company success is co-dependent on leadership performance and accountability. Having more time to accomplish tasks doesn’t necessarily yield better results. On the other hand, using allotted time efficiently and effectively can bring about even greater positive outcomes.

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Thriving in a Multi-Cultural Workplace

Diverse teams bring forth innovative ideas and creativity. Many of which include unique problem solving and inspired strategies influencing workplace culture. Working with individuals of different ethnic backgrounds may present challenges and misunderstandings. Yet, it’s crucial to learn other culture norms for optimal employee relations. Embracing differences at work promotes staff and client relations, contributing to a pleasant workplace.

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Simplified Approaches to Becoming Proficient in Public Speaking

Speaking to large crowds comes easily for some, yet for others just the thought cultivates fear and anxiety. According to Psychology Today three out of four people fear public speaking. This form of anxiety is known as glossophobia or speech anxiety. By incorporating a few strategies you can boost your confidence and become an expert in giving speeches!

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