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It has been proven over and over again that networking and building relationships will help you navigate your career. From landing your first PR job, taking a better position or simply connecting with established professionals in PR (or any other field for that matter), networking is a must for your career. While attending networking events in your area and touching base with PR pros is great, digital networking can also open up possibilities at another level....

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Do you have a passion for something that isn’t what you are currently doing in your career? If so, it may be time to start a side business like the Empress Avenue Shop, or side hustle as many call it. Although it may be tempting to want to put 100% of your time and effort into launching a new business, jumping in with both feet is far riskier than working the business on the side...

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A career portfolio is a collection of items that shows your work. It contains evidence of your knowledge, skills, and abilities, highlighting what you’ve learned, what you know, and what you can do. Many people assume career portfolios are only useful in a job search but they can be used in a variety of situations such as performance reviews, professional development plans, and more.

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Many of us will plan to accomplish a whole list of things in the new year. My list is usually the typical – go to the gym, eat healthier, save money, etc. But, this year I pledge to follow a career action plan and finally get some long term goals checked off my list. Use our 5 tips to help you land that new job, earn more money or simply celebrate your career successes! Make more money...

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The job: Public Relations Photo Credit: Tracey Bochner, president of Paradigm PR, left, and Michael Abbass, senior vice-president, in their office in Toronto.  Brett Gundlock, for The Globe and Mail The salary:  Starts at about $40,000 for managers and grows to about $80,000 for associates and beyond. Pays about $150,000 for more senior roles, such as senior vice-president or president. The education: Marketing, communications or journalism are common routes to public relations. Colleges and universities across Canada...