Resume Achievements: How To Make an Impact

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Resume Achievements: How To Make an Impact

Posted on May 9th, by Juliana Weiss-Roessler in resumes/cover letters. No Comments

What do you do if you’ve listed your education, work experience, and additional skills on your resume, but it still looks thin? One easy solution is to beef up your work experience section by listing achievements that you’ve accomplished on the job.

But that raises another question—what exactly do you say when it comes to achievements? … Read More »


Leadership & Caring Dangerously

Posted on May 9th, by Bill Treasurer in on the job. No Comments

“I’m not here to be your friend, I’m here to be your boss.”

“I’m not paid to be nice, I’m paid to get results.”

“If you don’t like it, go work at McDonalds.”

I wish Apple would create a Boss Translator App so we could all know what our bosses really mean when, under the guise of being … Read More »


Resume Tune-Up: 6 Excellent Tips

Posted on May 9th, by Eddie Francis in resumes/cover letters. No Comments

Recently, I updated my resume. Afterward, I uploaded the updated version to all of the job boards where it is posted. Don’t worry, my boss is not about to lose her most loveable employee. Every other month, I take inventory of my recent accomplishments, projects and/or new skills; and I add them to my resume. … Read More »


Career Patience

Posted on May 9th, by Marc Plooster in Career Advice. No Comments

I can sit through a three-hour class, in the evening, after working eight hours, and enjoy the experience.  I can sit through a six-hour class, when the weather is nice, on a Saturday (I’m not saying I enjoy six hour classes, but they are bearable).  I can easily endure conversations with long awkward silence.  I … Read More »


Help With Your Federal Job Search: Who is Credentialed?

Posted on April 19th, by Karol Taylor in Career Advice. 3 comments

Everyone needs a little help. Hillary Clinton famously wrote that it takes a village. Steven Covey shared about interdependence. The American Counseling Association (ACA) set aside the month of April to celebrate Counseling Awareness and to encourage individuals to ask for help and support when they need it. ACA is targeting Career Counseling as an … Read More »


Enable Team Members to Notice & Act

Posted on April 11th, by Chris Edmonds in Career Advice. No Comments

It is amazing how often food recalls happen here in the US. In March 2015 the FDA issued sixteen recalls for everything from mislabeled to contaminated foodstuffs. According to the CDC, food-borne illnesses cause about 300,000 hospitalizations annually and 5,000 deaths.

It’s not just contaminated food that harms our fellow humans.

Back in 2012, contaminated steroid medicine … Read More »


Job Interviewing Tips for the Extravert

Posted on April 11th, by Gavin Redelman in networking/interviewing. No Comments

If you’re an extravert then meeting new people and engaging in conversation comes naturally to you. This can be a huge benefit when the time comes for interviewing but there are a few tips you should know in order to use your personality to help your interview rather than hurt it.

Some of the common complaints … Read More »


Start Your Career in IT

Posted on April 11th, by David Whicker in on the job. 2 comments

Have you started college recently and decided on majoring in computer science, information technology, or other IT related field of study? Maybe you have considered a career change and information technology has caught your attention. You might even be a recent graduate from an accelerated technical program, two-year College, or four-year University finding it more … Read More »


Beating Workplace Burnout

Posted on April 11th, by Mardee Handler in on the job. No Comments

“I’m so done…” or “I don’t even care anymore …” Whether you’ve uttered those words yourself (in your mind, or to your manager), or heard them from an employee, chances are, you’ve heard the telltale catchphrase of job burnout.

By definition, burnout is the opposite of engagement. It generally occurs as a result of chronic stress, … Read More »


Group Interview: Stand Out in the Crowd

Posted on April 8th, by American Public University System in Career Advice. No Comments

For many of us, job interviews are nerve wracking enough without having to sit in a room full of other candidates gunning for the same job. However, group interviews are becoming more common for employers to use as an initial screening tool, so it is important for job seekers to understand how they can best … Read More »