Are you happy with your job? Are you happy with your life? The end of the year is a natural time to take stock of the past year and plan for the year ahead, but because this planner is undated, you can start using it at any time. This Career Planner is designed to guide
Don't struggle uncomfortably when it is time to negotiate the salary to go along with your new job offer. These tips and action steps can be easily learned and put into action today, to help you negotiate a more favorable salary package.
Why should you choose a job? Is it something you are good at? Does it pay well? Is it something you love or are passionate about? If you want to know whether you are choosing a career for the right reasons, here are tips to help you out.
It's no secret that most people view looking for work as one of life's necessary evils. Can you relate? Most of us have had to do it at some point, but few of us have ever enjoyed the process. Finding a job is often a job in itself. It is time consuming, frustrating at times,
Tips to help you get a promotion and climb to the next step of the corporate ladder.
"50 is the new 30". "Old guys rule". "Age is only a number." "Yeah, I got that scrape skateboarding with my grandson". These are just some of the comments that reflect a shift in perception about aging in our society, in part because life-expectancy keeps increasing, as do the expectations those in middle age (and
"Summertime, and the living is easy...". Sure, if you're settled in a job and perhaps even getting ready to go on vacation. If so, a person could be forgiven for believing that the living is indeed easy. If, on the other hand, you are looking for work or to change jobs, it's likely that "Hot town,
When you are job searching, your online identity / online personal brand--how you appear to employers and recruiters when they search for you on the Internet--is crucial. What can be found about you when you search for your name using a search engine? Maybe there is nothing about you. Or maybe there is information about
What came first, the chicken or the egg? It seems like a silly question, no? What if, however, we were to change it up a bit to, let's say: What comes first, the job or job experience? Now it has resonance, doesn't it? How can you land a job requiring experience if no one will hire you