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We all know multitasking causes problems and makes it hard to get things done, but as with most anything in the world there is an exception. If you start layering your tasks properly, you can get multiple things done at once without decimating your efficiency.
If you’re worried that sharing ideas at the office will result in someone stealing them and taking credit, relax. A new study published in the Academy of Management Journal notes this actually happens less frequently than we think, and we may be shooting ourselves in the foot by hiding knowledge from our coworkers..
A common trick used by editors could also serve you well in ensuring your resume does not have any mistakes: change the font and read it from the bottom up.
Even if you don’t feel comfortable negotiating your salary for a new job, it’s something you definitely should do if you want to be paid what you’re worth. Forbes recommends starting the salary discussions early so you can avoid lowball offers.