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Career Development

Discover Merit America’s Career Development blog category, offering valuable insights and practical tips for advancing your career. Explore resume writing, interview preparation, skill development, networking, and industry-specific guidance. Unlock your true potential and gain a competitive edge in today’s job market. Start your journey to success with our actionable career guidance today!

Reimagining Education: Exploring College Alternatives in the Tech Realm

If you’re considering alternatives to going to college, you’re not alone. Many people are looking toward alternative education pathways, especially within the tech industry. What are the benefits of college alternatives? Which college alternatives are worth considering?  Organizations like Merit America have gained attention for their innovative, fast, and flexible programs, and there are many…

Remote Work: Saving Money, Time, and Sanity!

The pandemic has propelled the remote work revolution, forcing companies to embrace work from home culture for the safety of their employees. As organizations and the workforce embrace the freedom and flexibility it provides, remote work has redefined the traditional working environment and can be a divisive topic among employers and employees. According to a…

Mastering Behavioral Interview Questions: Tips for Impressing Employers

First impressions matter, and job interviews are no exception. Employers use interviews to assess your skills and fit for their organization, making it crucial to answer questions thoughtfully and strategically. One type of interview question you’re likely to encounter is the behavioral question, which asks you to describe how you’ve handled situations in the past.…

Maximizing Your Job Search with Transferable Skills

Are you on the hunt for a new job? The pandemic has changed how employers assess candidates, and transferable skills have become more important than ever. In fact, 81% of employers believe we should prioritize skills over degrees. Studies show that the next era of work will be about skills rather than pedigree, and at…