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What Doors Will I Open?
When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.
10 Tips to Balance Work and Life
Many people put work before family and relationships. At times, doing this may be a necessity. If the wolf is at the door, it's understandable. But if you find that work has become your entire life, here are some tips to help you find your balance... (More)
Change Your Future
Are you focused on the past or the potential your future holds? Many people can't let go of something that happened A long time ago. Maybe it was a conversation you had, or didn't have. Maybe it was a project you should have taken, or one that you... (More)
What Did You Say? A college education has been long regarded as essential to getting the best jobs available - and that is still true today. Yet, employers are demanding more from their new college recruits!
Networking - Does it Still Work?
Networking was the biggest buzz word of the 90's. To get a job or grow a business - all you had to do was network. Bill Gates' initial deal with IBM, in which they bought and added the MS DOS operating system to all their PC's, was a result of... (More)
Jumpstart Your Jobsearch
Job search techniques have changed over the years. In today's job market, you must learn to define and promote your personal brand in order to distinguish yourself in the workplace. Through personal branding you define you career identity and set... (More)
Five Tips for a Successful Job Search
Everyone who is on a job search has different preferences - however, for practical reasons, your job search can't be longer than what is reasonable. Unfortunately, many job seekers aren't aware of the intricacies involved in the recruitment process... (More)
Moms Going Back to Work
There has been a ton of discussion lately about stay-at-home moms sacrificing their financial health for the sake of raising their children. Whether you agree or disagree with this statement, there are a lot of moms returning to the workforce to make... (More)
Your Interview Environment
Most job seekers think the interview begins the moment they stand up to greet the person interviewing them. This is false. An interview is a two-way street, so your interview should begin the moment you walk through the company's door. In your haste... (More)
Pesky Interview Questions
Carole Martin talks about those pesky interview questions that keep coming up. A lot of times, interviewers use questions that can feel intimidating or difficult to answer - fortunately Carole has some great in-sight in how to answer these questions... (More)
Dealing With Salaries
Joan Lloyd has a series of questions with short, great answers. Her questions cover including salary requirements in cover letters, listing employment for companies that went out of business, and dealing with age on resumes.