You don’t have to be a stockbroker, Hollywood actor or brilliant brain surgeon to earn a huge income and retire early to spend your riches. There are lots of other jobs available that will allow you to earn a fairly high income. If you’re willing to put the effort in and do the difficult work that other people are less … Read more
Finding a Job: articles and news
Advice on how to find a job, where to look to find a job, how to have a great resume, the best interviewing tips, finding a job after college, tips on switching careers, finding a job you love doing and the best ways to go about a job search.
Starting a new job is exciting for a lot of reasons – new people, new opportunities, a new location, new challenges, and maybe even a pay increase. However, one of the best things about starting a full time job at a large organization, is the benefits package and job perks that come along with employment.
Recently, I have stumbled across several blogs written about quitting dead end jobs in search of something that will gratify the individual. It is a high risk to take, but many bloggers discuss their faith and willingness to struggle to be happy and satisfied rather than struggle in a job that is only breaking their spirit. So what are these … Read more
Keeping in touch with your college friends is important whether they were roommates, sorority sisters, classmates or your debate team challengers. You should do more than catch up on alumni weekend; keep those relationships intact. When you stay connected to your college friends, you are opening up additional professional networking opportunities that should not be taken for granted.
In the next few weeks, a new book will come out by 43 year old Sheryl Sandberg, who is the very successful chief operating officer of Facebook. Her book, called “Lean In,” is supposed to be a new manifesto for women in the working world, doing for Generation X and Y what Betty Friedan’s “The Feminine Mystique” did for homemakers … Read more