• 5 Things You Need To Know Before Accepting A Job Offer
    You’ve probably had to investigate hundreds of potential opportunities, send out dozens of resumes, beat out a hundred other qualified applicants, and impress during several nerve-racking interviews to get this job offer. But before you accept, you have to ensure the new position will support you...
  • How to Decide Between Two Equally Great Job Offers
    While some job seekers find themselves in a transitionary period of life attempting to gain meaningful employment, a few lucky ones find themselves having the luxury of being in the driver’s seat upon receiving more than one job offer. If you ever find yourself at a crossroads between two compani...
  • What To Do If You’re Afraid to Say “No” At Work
    Saying “no” to your boss can be an intimidating prospect, especially if your boss is known for surrounding himself with “yes men.” At the same time, you don’t want to feel like people are taking advantage of you. So how do you stand up for yourself without putting your job on the line or labeling...
  • How to Throw an Office Party on a Budget
    An office holiday party can be worthwhile even in tight economic times. It’s a chance to show appreciation for employees and an opportunity for coworkers to mix, mingle and build camaraderie.
  • Are You Getting the Benefits You Deserve?
    Job-seekers tend to focus on salary first and foremost, but your paycheck is only part of the equation. Benefits account for nearly 31 percent of a private-sector employee's compensation package and 37 percent of a public-sector employee's. Are you getting the benefits you deserve?
  • Do Counteroffers Work?
    As the job market heats up and the talent pool tightens, it’s tempting to counter-offer. There is some evidence that more companies are doing this in recent years. The question is, does it work?
  • How To Overcome Monday
    So is there a solution to the Monday scaries? Yes. While it might not be possible to embrace Mondays like a long-lost friend, there are ways to make the transition back into work a little easier.
  • Leaving Tech for Teaching
    It’s not an easy decision to change careers from a technical field to teaching, where the personal satisfaction is likely to eclipse the monetary rewards.
  • Custom Content by: Chenega MIOS
    Chenega MIOS Offers Stable Hiring through Uncertain Economy
    Chenega MIOS continues to stand strong, with nearly 400 current job openings. This unique employer serves as a strategic business unit for its parent company, Chenega Corporation, an Alaska Native-owned corporation.
  • 2020 Star Nurses Weekly Spotlight - Chapter 3
    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.
  • Jerry’s Winding Path
    During my professional journey, I have come to realize that success and access to opportunities are not solely determined by attending prestigious schools or working for well-known companies. This important lesson has taught me that it's crucial to not deny yourself the opportunity to pursue your...
  • Akash’s Winding Path
    I could not be the leader I needed to be if I was not taking care of myself first. Through amazing mentorship from my manager, supportive family and friends, therapy, and deep self-reflection, I was able to shift my own practices and mindsets in a way that made the work more sustainable for the l...
  • How Often Should You Update Your Resume?
    Surprise! Resumes aren’t something to be updated when you’re searching for a new job. But how often should you really be revising it?
  • Jung’s Winding Path
    Pursuing my dream was really about owning it and taking responsibility for it. I had to be honest about the choices I needed to make in order to move forward. I had to acknowledge and take action in the areas I needed to learn and grow as a person, as a photographer, and as my own boss.
  • We Are All Salespeople
    People who work in sales have a pretty bad reputation in our culture. However, few skills matter more in work, and it is even more important when you work has a social impact.  
  • (RE) LEARNING TO _________ AGAIN
    More people are open to engaging someone in (re)learning how to find work because the fear is so great, and they see the financial implications of doing this well. Read on to learn more!
  • Are you a Late Bloomer or Have you Bloomed Already?
    The term “late bloomer” comes from botany in reference to plants that bloom later in the growing season. Those who use it do so often lack insight into who we are. Read on to learn more!
  • Your Mentors are Fallible
    Many of us hold on to the hope that our unicorn mentor will come along and serve as the Swiss Army Knife of professional advice. But that’s too high an expectation to place on one person. Read on to learn why!
  • Do You Have to Be The Hero in Your Career? Or...Is It OK To Be The Sidekick?
    Being a sidekick is not an easy role for many people to fill. And to do it, you need to develop some self-knowledge. Read on to learn more!
  • Fishing for Professional Colleagues to Befriend
    Who are the kind(s) of people you want to engage? Are they only folks in your role, industry, or field? Employed by the same institution? Read on to learn more!