Category Archives: career search

Rate Your Workplace Happiness

This is the time of year when new initiatives are starting, bonuses are often paid, and things get into a routine at work.  It’s a perfect time to look at your workplace happiness.  Do you “love” your job?   If not, it might be time to take inventory and consider your options. More than a third […]

9 Things Employers Look For In New Graduates

Are you a soon-to-be new graduate looking for a job? Many of today’s graduates are told they should look for jobs specifically in the area of their college major.   This is old advice that is no longer valid. Skills and knowledge are transferable.  Graduates have a leg up on other applicants when they can plug their […]

Your Superpower vs. Your Kryptonite

The one question all successful people can answer immediately is, “if you had a super power what would it be?”. The question is asking if you know yourself well enough to identify your competitive advantage. Don’t already know your superpower? Ask yourself these 3 questions… What is the quality you are most proud of? What is the quality that makes […]

How Do You Know When it is Time to Look for Another Opportunity?

When we start a new job, we have a bright outlook and hope that we will enjoy the new daily routine most days. In reality, not all jobs turn out to be so wonderful. How can you tell if you are just in a rut or if it’s time to look for a new opportunity? If you can check off […]

Top 5 Errors To Avoid While on the Job Hunt

It is easy to make an error when preparing for your job hunt.  However even little mistakes can be very costly, especially in a very competitive environment. Common misspellings aside, here are 5 common job search errors to avoid: It’s not all about you – While finding a job may seem all about you, it isn’t for […]

How Much Importance are You Placing on Your Career Path?

Having a job you enjoy is great, but are you thinking about where your career is going? Planning the next step in your career is important to prevent hitting the abysmal “career plateau”. When life events happen, it is easy to get distracted from your job and career goals. Here are a few tips on […]

Is the Grass Really Greener on the other side?

How to Job Seek Out of Your Industry…   Are you dreaming of another career? Maybe a move into a high-tech industry, healthcare or oil and gas would make you happier. At times a complete industry switch is necessary. A shocking statistic from a recent Yahoo! Finance article stated almost 60 percent of Americans would choose a […]

Worried About Your Employment Gap? It’s Time to Get Back to Work!

After a few years at home, you’ve decided to head back to work.  What is the best way to get back into the game?  Sadly, you may apply for a job and hear from the interviewer, “Well, you’ve been out of the workforce for a while…” How do you handle this type of obstacle? A […]

How to Get a Job Out of College

The job market is tough on a good day, especially for students right out of college. A few years ago you could get hired right away for having a degree, but now it is much tougher. For some, it is taking them at least a year out of college to get hired. I’m not talking about the […]

4 Tips on How to Use LinkedIn to Get Job Interviews

LinkedIn is a great tool that not every job searcher out there knows how to use the right way. Are you using it to its full capacity? When conducting a competitive job search, it is important to utilize many different avenues as you look for your next role.  Using a recruiter is an important option to consider. If you want […]

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