Seasonal Jobs for a Change of Scenery
Are you ready for a change? About to burn out on school or your current job? It could be time for you to consider bumming around for a bit. No, that’s not sitting around on your bum all day — it’s getting a seasonal job and a welcome change from the daily grind of typical […]
Writing a Résumé That Will Get Results
Looking for a job? You’re not alone, and in this economy your résumé could make or break your job search. Regardless of where you are in your career or job search, you can still put together a résumé that can help you get noticed. The purpose of a résumé is to show potential employers your relevant […]
Which Job Environment Is Right for You?
Finding the right job is an art and it also requires you knowing yourself and what you like and what you want out of a career. Often people search for jobs in their field without thinking about whether the job will fit their needs or lifestyle. Few people have the luxury to turn down a job opportunity, […]
You Can Be Successful With A Liberal Arts Degree
Like many college freshmen, I started college without a major. The practical side of me was inclined to choose something like finance, figuring it might increase my chances of actually getting a job after graduation. But then I realized — I kind of hate math. I’ve just never been a numbers person, and I didn’t want […]
From Slacks to Pajamas: The perks of remote positions
Does working from the comfort of your home sound like a dream come true? It can be, but first you have to consider whether a remote position is right for you.
Elevator Talk: A 30-second bio to get you remembered
You never know when or where you might meet someone who can help you, and with a little practice, you can leave a memorable first impression and earn an invitation to meet again.
Becoming My Own Boss: From secretary to freelance writer
Truth be told, I never had a dream of being my own boss.
When Startups Go Corporate: The good, the bad and the business suits
After working as a toy designer (yes, that’s a real thing) for a year, I decided to go back to freelance writing, which I loved (and still love) for many reasons — namely, the flexible nature of the job, and the ability to get paid for sharing my thoughts and ramblings.
What to Do If You Immediately Hate Your New Job
Do you want to quit your job and never look back? Well, maybe you should! You never know, you could be much better off . . .