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Career and Interview Tips

How to Escape the Trap of the Career Dead End—Without Going Back to School

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A version of this article previously appeared on Skillcrush, an online education program for creatives, thinkers, and makers that gives total tech newbies the tools to make major career changes.

Scott Morris, Skillcrush

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Intent

An Insider's Guide to a Successful Interview

Interview Tips From Intent Media's Director of Talent Acquisition!

Ash Hogan, Director of Talent Acquisition at Intent Media, has interviewed thousands of candidates. Learn how you can ace your next interview, and score a job at Intent Media!

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Work-Life Integration

The 13 Tools You Need to Work Healthier—Not Harder—and Get More Done

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A version of this article previously appeared on Skillcrush, an online education program for creatives, thinkers, and makers that gives total tech newbies the tools to make major career changes.

Haele Wolfe, Skillcrush

What makes a great designer or developer? Is it the right credentials, education, or tools? Or is it something less tangible, like determination or a great sense of organization? Or maybe it's even simpler than that: Success in any field has a lot more to do with your daily work routine than you might think. And as the workweek shifts from the standard 40 (or 50, or 60) hours to something more closely resembling the natural fluctuations of our individual lives, our concept of how we work needs to shift, too.

Taking care of yourself is critical to a successful career: You can't expect to deliver top-quality work if you're constantly exhausted or sick. In that vein, I put together a list of habits and tools for busy tech pros (or really—any employee) to implement into their daily routines so that they can work not just harder, but healthier. There are cheap buys, splurges, and free hacks, but in any case: It's your health. Treat yourself.

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Career and Interview Tips

What It’s Like to Go Back to Work After a Long Break

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A version of this article previously appeared on Skillcrush, an online education program for creatives, thinkers, and makers that gives total tech newbies the tools to make major career changes.

Scott Morris, Skillcrush

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