“Zero” Talent is the Difference

Talent is the Difference

When reviewing a job description, job searchers ask themselves, “Do I fit this position?” First, determine if you are a good match after reviewing the job description, but do not discount any “zero talent skills” that might help you acquire the position in that organization. A zero-talent ability is not a conventional meaning of talent; it only requires your effort and behavioral practice to demonstrate to your employer that you are committed to proving to be a reliable and trusted employee.  

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The Face of Homelessness

There are many faces of homelessness. Homelessness knows no age, and it affects everyone. Workforce Solutions works with the Coalition for the Homeless to support people experiencing homelessness to find employment and receive housing assistance. According to The Coalition for the Homeless, an economic crisis is a leading cause of homelessness. In this series, we will provide resources for those who experience homelessness in different stages of life.

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Money. Money. Money?

Dear reader, if you want transparency, here it is. As a first-generation American, the idea of building wealth was bewildering to me. I did not know what a credit card, a savings account, let alone a checking account, were. I felt completely overwhelmed and unaware of how to save money, budget, and have my own bank accounts. Today, that has completely changed. In honor of National Financial Literacy Month, whether you’re just getting started or in the middle of your financial journey, we at Workforce Solutions want to share amazing tips and resources to make this process easier for you.

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What’s Impostor Syndrome? 

According to Wikipedia, Impostor Syndrome is a psychological occurrence in which an individual doubts their skills, talents, or accomplishments and questions their success. The International Journal of Behavioral Science stated that about 70 percent of people experience it. Experts can’t figure out why this happens. 

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