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For students, the best advice may be the familiar one: Find something you love, work hard at it, and seize every opportunity for learning. (iStockphoto)
For students, the best advice may be the familiar one: Find something you love, work hard at it, and seize every opportunity for learning. (iStockphoto)

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Barbara Moses: Advice to keep your career on a high all year Add to ...

Career management consultant Barbara Moses looked at all the issues we face at work, from our confidence, to boss bullies, to workplace chemistry and job searches.

Here are 10 of her most popular columns from 2012.

Not everyone needs to be a team player:

Why we need contrarians in the workplace

The real way to land the job you want:

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Nine tips for young job hunters

A look at other factors that can affect satisfaction with your career:

Why you need to find the workplace that works for you

A warning to all the Tiger Moms out there:

Step back and let your children forge their own career paths

A way to deal with a horrible work experience:

Ground down by the job? Take steps to rebuild your self-confidence

How to mitigate a stressful work situation:

Toxic chemistry at work? Here's a fix-it formula

Do something daring, it could improve your career:

Break out of your comfort zone -- or see your career suffer

How to let in the light when the dark's got you down:

Breaking free of the midwinter blues

This is never fun if you're not the boss's pet:

Does your boss play favourites?

A new boss can bring a host of problems:

What to do when you and your new boss clash

 

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