7 Habits of Highly Ineffective Job Seekers

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7 Habits of Highly Ineffective Job Seekers

Posted on April 13th, by Cathy Francois in networking/interviewing. No Comments

The job search process can be challenging for many and with so many avenues to explore, it may be difficult to figure out which direction to go. However, there are certainly some habits that make the job search process more difficult than necessary.  Here are seven habits I have noticed with job seekers struggling with … Read More »

How to Improve Your Next Annual Work Performance Review

Posted on April 13th, by Juliana Weiss-Roessler in on the job. No Comments

You just came out of your annual review at work and you’re not happy. Maybe you were expecting a pay bump and didn’t get one. Or perhaps you felt like you’d been doing great… but your boss didn’t share that opinion and blindsided you with complaints.

A disappointing performance review isn’t fun for anyone, so here … Read More »

Most Common Resume Writing Mistakes

Posted on April 13th, by Gavin Redelman in networking/interviewing. No Comments

As a professional resume writer who has seen and written tens of thousands of resumes it does not take long to notice an average resume, a good resume and a great resume! In my experience talking with job seekers, the hardest part about actually writing the resume is knowing exactly what goes in the resume … Read More »

10 Power Habits That Will Change Your Life

Posted on April 13th, by Noah St. John in Career Advice. No Comments

You’ve heard the phrase, “Small hinges open big doors.” Highly successful people are unconsciously doing little things that lead to big results. And if they can do it, you can, too.

Here are 10 Power Habits to help you boost your self-confidence, attract your desires, and be more successful…

1. Take 100% responsibility for your life

The first … Read More »

How Often Should You Take a Break?

Posted on March 14th, by Juliana Weiss-Roessler in on the job. No Comments

Beyond what is required by law, most places of business in America don’t actively encourage their employees to take breaks. In fact, some companies even show preference to those workers willing to work through breaks and lunches, believing this shows initiative and dedication. And why shouldn’t they? After all, you get better production out of … Read More »

5 Public Health Career Pathways

Posted on March 14th, by Logan Harper in on the job. No Comments

A Public Health Career has many diverse Pathways, offering a wide range of challenging opportunities for professionals from a variety of backgrounds. Public health practitioners are employed in both the public and private sectors through government agencies, universities, nonprofits, health care organizations and corporations. The issues addressed by a Public Health Career includes controlling infectious … Read More »

Ageism and Your Job Search

Posted on March 13th, by Sabrina Baker in Career Advice. No Comments

A common concern of job seekers who have more tenure in their career is that they are afraid they are being overlooked because of their age.  Ageism, or stereotyping and discriminating against individuals based on age, unfortunately does happen in our society.  In fact, I would contend that it may be in the top three … Read More »

Why Are You The Best Person For The Job?

Posted on March 12th, by Stacy Miller in networking/interviewing. No Comments

What did you answer the last time a hiring manager asked you why you were the best person for the job during an interview?  A lot of us can look back over our job searches and remember times we fumbled with this common interview question.  After all, “best” is a pretty subjective definition, and odds … Read More »

Why We Need More Women in Government

Posted on March 12th, by Sandra Mills in Career Advice, Trends. No Comments

Government officials are the representatives of the people, whether they are working at the local, state or even federal level. The problem with the government is that men significantly outnumber women as representatives. The United States has a very low rate of representation by women, and it is time to make changes so that more … Read More »

Fire Service Resume: Is It Good Enough to Get a Job? Part 2

Posted on March 12th, by Bob Atlas in on the job. No Comments

Welcome back!  Are you ready for the second installment of “Your Resume, Is It Good Enough To Get You A Job”?  In part one of this series we identified the major topic headings of your resume.

To recap, they are:  Professional Experience, Education, Certifications and Qualifications and Community Involvement / Special Related Interests.  You can use … Read More »