Career

Landing Your First Post-Graduation Job: 7 Practical Tips

Congratulations! Graduating from college and looking for your first “real” job is an exciting and daunting time! The good news is the national unemployment rate

Considering a Coworking Space? Keep These Things in Mind:

Accepting a position as a remote worker no longer means working at home alone in your PJs. As coworking spaces gain popularity across the country,

5 Ways to Bring Humor Into Your Next Interview

Imagine you’re trying to decide which of two candidates to hire. One has all of the requisite skills, but their interview was incredibly boring. It’s possible

7 Reflective Questions That Lead to Better Habits

Article by Jacklyn Janeksela It hurts to admit you have not pursued happiness or the best versions of yourself. To escape this reality, we often convince

How to Finally Start Leaving Work on Time

In a fast-paced, competitive work environment, it can be a challenge simply to walk out the office door on time. Whenever 5 p.m. rolls around, it

Never Win Alone: 5 Pieces of Professional Advice for My Younger Self

I’ve spent my entire career servicing the staffing and recruiting industry, and it has been nothing short of incredible. Throughout the course of my career,

3 Things I’m Doing to Find My Own Definition of Success

Article by Mary Sauer For as long as I can remember, I have been a fairly ambitious person. As a young child, I kept journals

Making a Career Change? How to Determine the Transferrable Tools in Your Toolkit

“Becoming limitless” means aligning what you do with who you are. If you’ve determined you need to change your career in order to do that,

Parents, It’s Time to Butt Out of Your Child’s Job Search

In my line of work, I run into a lot of questions about parenting — but I’m not talking about the parents of young children.

6 Things to Know Before Beginning Your Executive Job Search

Many of us have heard the aphorism, “It’s not where you start, but where you finish.” This bit of wisdom holds true for many aspects

How to Turn a Job Interview Into a Job Offer

How do you turn a job interview into a job offer? It’s not all about your qualifications or experience. You may have gone to Harvard, then

9 Effective Side Hustles to Double Your Income

It doesn’t matter if you’re a doctor, a bartender, or a school teacher. Everyone could use some extra money. It’s no surprise, then, that people everywhere

When It Comes to Your Resume, Size Doesn’t Matter — Or Does It?

“How long?” Of all the questions I get about resumes, that is the one I get most often. HR managers, school career counselors, and even professional

33 Is the Magic Number for Women in Business

A recent study from Missy Empire has revealed age 33 to be the age, on average, at which the most successful women in business launch their

The Hot Job Market Won’t Last Forever

I cannot stress this enough: Today, the job market is excellent. It’s the strongest we’ve seen in 50 years! There are more open jobs than people

Own Your Natural Talents: How to Identify and Embrace Your Strengths

We all have natural talents and abilities, but it can be hard to recognize and articulate just what they are. Instead, most people tend to

Applicant Rights: What Candidates Should Know About Employer Credit Checks

Applicant Rights: What Candidates Should Know About Employer Credit Checks Background and credit checks are scary parts of the job application process. Even if you

5 Reasons Why Social Proof Matters to Recruiters

5 Reasons Why Social Proof Matters to Recruiters As the unemployment rate shrinks, the competition for jobs is growing. At the same time, employers have changed

How to Successfully Job Search During the Holiday Season

How to Successfully Job Search During the Holiday Season Many job seekers have told me that they want to put their searches on hold during

7 Ways to Be a Standout Candidate

7 Ways to Be a Standout Candidate It can be tough to stand out from the crowd during your job search. So many people are

Did Your Employer Give You a Counter Offer? Think Carefully Before You Accept

Did Your Employer Give You a Counter Offer? Think Carefully Before You Accept A post by recruiter Jack Bagshaw made major waves on LinkedIn over the summer.

When You Head to the Interview, Bring Along Plenty of Questions to Ask

When You Head to the Interview, Bring Along Plenty of Questions to Ask Sometimes, the devil really is in the details. This is especially true

How to Find Your Ideal Career Path, Part 1

How to Find Your Ideal Career Path, Part 1 Recently, I was in a Skype meeting with a job seeker. This job seeker is 25. In

5 Interview Don'ts

5 Interview Don'ts You polished your resume, wrote a killer cover letter, and landed an interview. Don’t blow it now! Here are five big interview

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