September 2015


How Do I Write a Resume?

Resume writing is the most tedious and time-consuming part of your job finding campaign. But the hours you spend crafting it can spell the difference between landing the job you want and settling for some…


No Picture

How to Prepare For a Job Interview 

Abraham Lincoln said, “I will prepare and someday my chance will come.” Many of you have worked hard for your chance—an interview with a company you want to work for— yet failed to prepare. When…


How to Make a Good First Impression in Writing

You’ve already heard about the importance of making a good first impression. In business and during job hunts, first impressions are often made in writing. To create a great first impression this way is to…


Trauma Over Losing Your Job

A reason you feel traumatized after losing a job is because companies fail to honor the emotions of employees who are let go through no fault of their own. What a shame. Employees, the lifeblood…


Feeling Miserable 

When suffering a job loss—or not getting the one you want—you experience disappointment and are feeling miserable. It would be weird if you didn’t feel unhappy. Negative feelings surrounding a loss are universal. On one…


Equal Pay for women

There is a gender gap at most companies where the biggest paychecks go to men. Equal pay for women isn’t happening because men hold a vast majority of the jobs with direct responsibility for corporate…


Becoming self-employed

When it comes to career opportunities, scores of you opt for self-employment. How to be self-employed consists of five ingredients for success. In order to have what it takes to be successful doing your own…



Having trouble getting a job — Part 2

The second reason you’re having trouble getting a job is that you spend too much time posting for positions online. It’s a fact: over eighty percent of all jobs are not advertised online. You stumble…