Job Interviewing Tips for the Extravert

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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. 1 Comment

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 »


Does this Desk make me look fat?

Posted on April 8th, by Jerry Schuber in on the job. No Comments

As many of you can attest the mindless paperwork that accounts for the majority of the work we do as civil servants is a must in order to prove we worked and deliver the transparency required of people working in the public trust. Not sure about the rest of you but I have found this … Read More »


6 Tips to Hire a Professional Resume Writer

Posted on April 8th, by Tina Nicolai in resumes/cover letters. No Comments

Being at the top of your game in your current profession or position is fantastic. In fact, it’s the best to seek new employment. After all, your confidence is soaring, your results are spot on, and your successes are easy to reference.    Having a balanced and realistic perspective of seeking your next opportunity is much … Read More »


Mindfulness: Understand Your Brain for Better Productivity

Posted on March 14th, by Martha Duesterhoft in on the job. No Comments

Have you read much lately on “Mindfulness”? Mindfulness has been around for a long time but often associated with meditation and quiet reflection time. Most people think of it as being “aware” of what is going on within and around you. A more tangible way to think about it is “being present in the moment”, … Read More »


Alma Mater: Your School Recognition & Your Career

Posted on March 10th, by American Public University System in education/training. No Comments

As humans we are comfortable with the familiar. We like big brands and name drop with pride (consciously and subconsciously). Exclaiming, “I drive a Mercedes insured by Geico, with music synced to my iPod, while sipping a can of Coke” is much different than declaring, “I drive a mid-sized sedan insured with PIP insurance, synced … Read More »


I Tried to Use a Job to Regain my Identity!

Posted on February 14th, by Shakena Warren in Career Advice. 2 comments

You may be wondering, “What the heck is she talking about?”

When I ventured back into to the workplace working for the federal government, I did not consider ALL THINGS! I just wanted to get back out there and regain my independence and feel like I was on my way somewhere! I made an emotional decision … Read More »


The Likability Factor

Posted on February 14th, by Allen Ellison in About the Public Sector. 1 Comment

In almost every aspect of life, the term likeability is at the center of decision making. This idea holds true in political campaigns, speed dating, beauty contests, American Idol, selection of church pastors, straw polls, hand in marriages, choosing favorite foods, a new puppy from the pet store, best friends, new gadgets, and guess what? … Read More »