Finding a Job During the Pandemic With a historic unemployment rate at the start of the pandemic, you probably found yourself without a job at some point this year. With businesses closing on top of all of this, finding a job in this era can be incredibly difficult if you don’t know what to do. […]
Fastest Growing Jobs in the Country If you are currently looking for a job, there are a ton of jobs in the country right now that are on the rise. These jobs range from blue collar to white collar, so you can rest assured that you can find one regardless of your educational background. Remember, […]
Tips For Writing Cold Emails Cold emails can be an intimidating thing to write, and an incredibly hard thing to write well. With that being said, cold emails are still an effective way to get a job interview directly with a company that you admire! What is a Cold Email? A cold email is an […]
Planning For Your Post-Pandemic Life During the pandemic, it can be hard to focus on anything but the present. While we struggle to keep ourselves and our families safe, a lot of things will ultimately fall by the wayside. When all of this is said and done with, surely many people will have ragged hair […]
What Are Some Skills and Programs That Stand Out on a Resume Whenever I get a resume in from a new hire, I always dread looking at the software and skills that they know. More often than naught, the only skill I will see is Microsoft Office. For a job that requires the person be […]
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Article by Jacob Cayia Even if you are not seeking a position, employers in the future will determine your value based on your past. So when thinking of the future, your past is now. Take an assessment of your assets and take action to ensure success in years to come. Avoid these red flags to […]
DO AS MUCH RESEARCH AS POSSIBLE on the organization and job position. Never go in for an interview without having a sense of what the position entails and how the company operates. Some people send out so many resumes that they may not even remember exactly what it was they applied for by the time […]
In times of belt tightening, layoffs and competitive markets, employers do have a choice of who to employ and who to release.
Progress in employment increases has brought the total number of employed in the US to pre-recession levels.