• Tips for Cutting Your Resume Down to One Page
    When job-hunting, you're excited to tell a hiring manager exactly how much value you'll bring to the company—but that doesn't mean your resume should read like a novel. This is yet another time in life when less is more. In most cases, unless you're an upper-level executive, your resume should no...
  • Is The Job Worth Moving For?
    To move or not to move? That's the question facing workers who receive an offer that requires them to relocate to a new town, a new state or even a new country. Find out if it’s worth it.
  • What Top Talent Does Differently
    What sets apart top talent from the rest? While the answer depends on role and company, four specific characteristics stand out, regardless of job responsibilities. Learn all four.
  • Hiring Millennials: Surfing the Next Wave of Talent
    Are millennials vastly different from those in the Gen X and Baby Boomer age groups in terms of work expectations? Is what drives them significantly different to what has motivated generations before them? More importantly, why is there so much attention on this generation than any other than has...
  • Recent Grads: Finding Your Niche in Healthcare
    Graduating college and entering the workforce can be a scary prospect. There are many questions new grads often ask themselves as they get ready to search for their first job. "Where am I going to work?" "Will there be any jobs?" or "How do I know I'll like what I'm doing?"
  • You Can't Fix Everything in Your Workplace
    There are narratives in our career culture that say a good employee “finds a way through.” They tend to make a person feel like a failure if they cannot resolve things by overworking. Read on to learn more!
  • D.C.'s Federal Government/Defense Contracting and COVID: What Career Opportunities Remain at Small Businesses?
    Historically, federal government agencies have largely relied on private businesses to help fulfill their missions. Small businesses play an important role in this structure. Let’s take a look at how small companies working on government contracts are doing!
  • Pros and Cons of Using a Job Board to Apply for a Job
    Years ago, job boards were the hot spot for job applicants to identify and apply for jobs online. After all, they’re easy to use, and anyone can do it from the comforts of home.
  • 10 Productive Things to Do Between Meetings
    It may seem like you dedicate a lot of time in your work day to meetings. It's important to stay productive between meetings you can’t get out of. Whether you have twenty minutes, or just five, here are ten things you can do between meetings.
  • The Fastest Way To Clean Up Your Inbox
    When email was first introduced, it was a timesaver, but it’s gotten a bit unruly since then. With communication so cheap and easy, people now send emails for every note, memo, question, comment, pitch, or thank you. Pair that with multiparty chains and an expectation for immediate reply, and it’...
  • What To Do About Underperforming Employees
    Maybe an industrious employee has hit a slump, maybe a bad hire can’t grasp the basics, or maybe a lazy employee flies under the radar for ages without poor behavior being addressed. Whatever the case, every manager must eventually deal with an underperforming employee. The good news? There are p...
  • What You Can Do When You Can't Offer Your Employees Raises Who Deserve Them
    Your employees are doing a great job, but the budget doesn't allow you to give them the raises they deserve. You want—and need—to do something to show your appreciation—but what? While salary definitely matters, there are other approaches you can take to reward your employees for their good work,...
  • What to Do When You’re Bored At Work (Other Than Eating)
    At some point, we've all been bored at work. Maybe the busy season is over or you're the unlucky soul alone in the office between Christmas and New Year's. No matter the reason, at some point you're going to find yourself with some extra time to fill. Here are a few ideas to keep you out of troub...
  • Should I Look For A New Job Or Go To Graduate School?
    Sometimes we come to a crossroads in our careers and, as a result, we find it's time for a change. Whether you're a seasoned veteran in the workforce or a recent graduate who wants to quickly move beyond entry level, you may be asking yourself if you should look for a new job or go to graduate sc...
  • 2020 Star Nurses Weekly Spotlight - Chapter 7
    As a part of the recognition of the 2020 Star Nurses finalists we will spotlight nurses through the end of summer. Check back each week for more spotlights from our 92 Star Nurses.
  • 2020 Star Nurses Weekly Spotlight - Chapter 4
    As a part of the recognition of the 2020 Star Nurses finalists we will spotlight nurses through the end of summer. Check back each week for more spotlights from our 92 Star Nurses.
  • Custom Content by: The MIL Corporation (MIL)
    ISO: A Place to Grow, Learn, Lead, and Succeed
    CONTENT FROM MIL CORPORATION What if you had a job where leaders were invested in your success and ready to listen to your ideas even in the early days.
  • Nursing Careers

    Challenging. Rewarding. Lucrative. Nursing is all of those things and so much more. Read on to learn more about the great benefits of having a nursing career.
  • What I Learned from a Childhood of Being Picked Last
    Popularity or charisma often beats ability. Being the most skilled person or the best leader of others does not ensure that you will be selected early for a team or picked to be captain. Read on to learn more!
  • Why Do We Care What Others Think About Our Work Choices?
    Many of us struggle with not measuring up to what we think our parents, friends, family, classmates, and former colleagues expect of us professionally. What should we do about it....Read on to see!!!