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A professional résumé might not necessarily disclose a job candidate’s love for Harry Potter, but thanks to the rise of applicant-tracking software and artificial intelligence (AI), it no longer matters – their hankering for all things Hogwarts is out in the open.

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If you’re stuck in the same place without any prospect of promotion, you should think about why that is and what to do about it. Many people find it difficult to recognize the signs that it’s time to start looking for new employment. Do they see them but hope that things will improve, making a move unnecessary?

Maybe you’ve been working in your current role for a couple of years and are itching to take over the reins on an important project. What can you do to make sure your name is the first that comes to mind the next time the higher ups are thinking about moving someone another rung up the corporate ladder?

You’ve just been offered the job that you’ve dreamed about ever since you were a pimply teenager, but there’s one problem-you’re going to have to relocate. Do you take the job and call up a moving company? Or keep looking for something great locally? Here are a few things to consider before you start packing your knick-knacks and dreaming about your new city.

In business, there are those who ask for and get raises, and those who don’t. Here are five tips for people who want to belong to the first category.

Nearly two-thirds of Canadians are concerned about retirement planning. The other third will worry about it later… but will it be too late? We discussed the topic with Natalia Sandjian, Financial planner.

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