• How Coronavirus Will Change Your Next Job Hunt
    The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the United States lost 701,000 jobs in March, raising the unemployment rate from 3.5 to 4.4 percent.
  • 5 Things to Consider When Going Back to Work Full Time
    Any job search is demanding, but it’s extra stressful when going back to work after an extended absence. . You may be out of practice, but the skills and work ethic you’ve developed over the years remain intact. You simply need to remind yourself of this fact and find a way to promote your value ...
  • Ace Your Next Phone Interview with These 6 Tips
    Have a phone interview scheduled? Your goal now is the same as any other interview: Make a good impression and convince the hiring manager that you will bring useful work and interpersonal skills to their company. However, phone interviews have special considerations you’ll need to be conscious o...
  • I Still Don’t Know What I Want to Be When I Grow Up
    Imagine you’re back in first grade. Your teacher asks you to draw what you want to be when you grow up. Now you’re in your 20s, 30s, or 40s, and you wonder why you still don’t know what you want to be when you grow up. Is something wrong with you?
  • The Finance Majors Already Have Jobs, but the Hiring Outlook Is Still Great for Other Grads
    How’s the hiring outlook for college graduates this year? There’s still no cause for worry. The Class of 2018 is leaving campus at a particularly fortunate time. Even if you started late, it doesn’t mean you can’t start smart. Begin devoting time now—on a daily basis—to your search. Here are some...
  • Why You Should Start Working on Your New Year’s Career Resolutions Now
    When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions, if procrastination is one habit you’re trying to break, there’s no time like the present to start cobbling together a career improvement list. Why start early? Find out.
  • Your Guide To Heading Back To The Workforce After Years Of Absence
    Raising children, caring for a parent or downsized during a downturn—career breaks are becoming increasingly common. No matter the cause for your employment gap, there are steps you can take to smooth your re-entry. Here’s our advice.
  • The Job Candidate’s Online Reputation is Horrible—Here’s what to do.
    What happens when you do a little digging on a job candidate and discover they have a horrible online reputation? Do you move on to someone else or keep them in the hiring process? Read our take.
  • What to Do When You Hear Rumors of Layoffs
    Layoffs: While there might not be a way to avoid the stress and anxiety, there are certainly things you can do to be prepared for a layoff cycle. Read on for all tips.
  • Cracking the Job Code: Landing a Career in the U.S. Government
    Maybe you’ve heard through the grapevine that getting a federal job is too difficult, too competitive and too long of a process. Well, it’s time to put away your Grapes of Wrath, because my new government insider, Corliss Jackson, is about to share her secret recipe for federal job success.
  • How to Evolve Your Career When Artificial Intelligence Is Taking Your Job
    Automation has steadily disrupted industries for more than a century. Artificial intelligence (AI) has been making huge strides in the last decade, with incredible progression in just the last two years.
  • There Is More to the IT Industry Than Fixing A Computer
    You’re a geek, but you couldn’t install a hard drive at gunpoint. You love technology, but not the literal nuts and bolts of it. Click to see what other jobs are available in IT!
  • How to Stay Current in Your Career Well after College
    Even after you've graduated and landed your dream job, your work isn't done. Many things can happen along the way on your career path. Your company may go out of business, downsize, or your job skills could begin to become obsolete.
  • Should You Go through the Interview Process for a Job You Decide You Don’t Want?
    Maybe you applied for a new job on a whim and have just been contacted to schedule an initial phone screening, or perhaps you’ve already gone through the first round of interviews and have been asked to come back for a second meeting.
  • 5 Tips to Boost Your Job Search in the New Year
    Finding a new job is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. It’s up there with eating healthier, losing weight, and saving money. Like those other resolutions, its continual popularity signals how demanding it can be, and December’s best intentions don’t necessarily translate to success....
  • 8 Ways To Make The Job Search More Fun
    Searching for a job is stressful. You put yourself out there to be judged by strangers, you deal with the sting of rejection, and unless you’re working, you’ll find your funds rapidly diminishing. It’s a rough time, and as a result, many people become depressed and begin living unhealthily. Don’t...
  • How to Use an Education Degree Outside of Teaching
    What if you have an education degree and you don't want to teach? What other options are out there for you? The good news is that the answer is: a lot!
  • What Should You Expect When Your First "Real" Job Is at a Startup?
    You have held down your fair share of menial jobs, but now your days of shelving books or slinging hash are over. You have landed your first “real” job. Better yet, it’s at a startup....now what?
  • Tips For Pursuing Internal Openings at Your Company
    So, you have your eye on an internal opening within your company—now what? While it’s always a good idea to talk to your boss about applying internally, it helps to take a few initial steps first.
  • Career Growth Without Becoming a Manager
    If you are good at your job, you will inevitably reach the day when you have a choice to make: to be or not to be a manager. Hhere are some non-managerial career growth opportunities to explore.