April 1, 2020

Our lives have taken a dramatic turn in the last two weeks. A lot has changed. Time spent at home, whether you work for an employer, or you're an entrepreneur, this is a time of huge adjustment. Working from home is very different than clocking in. At first it may have...

March 27, 2020

I hope you are doing as well as you can as you and your family, employers, students. clients, and organization navigate your new reality in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  You may have seen this already on social media, but wanted to be sure to extend an invite for...

January 11, 2018

Ever clicked on an intriguing job post that you’re sure is a perfect fit, only to find it reads like a recipe with too many ingredients, most of which you’ve never heard of before?

You’re not alone. Many job-seekers find themselves discouraged when faced with a heavy em...

December 5, 2017

Many resume builders agree on the basics - use a readable font, list work history in reverse chronological order, and for the love of Pete, NO CAPS LOCK. However, the issue of whether or not to include a picture with/on your resume has remained a point of contention, d...

November 21, 2017

“I can’t understand why I didn’t get the job. I included a cover letter, didn’t I?”

If this sounds like you, first off - congrats. You included a cover letter! That’s heads and shoulders above some of your competitors, sadly enough. With so many using Indeed’s ‘Easily A...

October 19, 2017

It’s typical to be nervous during an interview, and, especially in cases with multiple interviewers, to feel a bit like you’re on a firing squad. The questions are coming fast and loose, and as much as you try to rapid-fire your responses, the nerves are getting the be...

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