Maybe you’re seeking something new by choice; maybe the unexpected has happened and you’re forced to start looking for a new job. Either way, like many of us, perhaps your first instinct is to find the last resume you used, update it to include your latest professional position, and start looking and submitting. But, will …read the rest of this post.
Are all hearts and flowers the way you’d describe your job? Do you spring out of bed in the morning and bolt off to work? When you are having dinner with your other love in your life, do their eyes glaze over because you can’t seem to help yourself stop talking about how terrific your …read the rest of this post.
Given the new year, I thought I would take a couple of minutes to drag out the crystal ball that I keep in the bottom of my closet, shine it up with some Windex and share some of the insights with you on what 2011 is going to look like from a hiring perspective. Bear with …read the rest of this post.
Do you have what you need? It’s an interesting question. There is a difference between having what we want and having what we need. Needs are sometimes a very overlooked requirement for finding a new job. They are often the cornerstone of what makes us happy in our careers. You might have a need to …read the rest of this post.