When you’re questioning whether to stay or leave the job you currently have, there are important questions to ask yourself before you make any big moves.
Job interviews are stressful, and it can be hard to know what to say. Our best advice? Be yourself and try to put your best foot forward. To avoid big interview mistakes, check out the infographic below to see what you should NOT say in an interview:
If you’re looking for a change or are feeling unsatisfied with your current career, how do you begin to explore other opportunities? What if you already know what you want to do, but don’t know how to get there? Check out the below graphic to learn more about where to start in your search for a new career.
Whether you’re actively applying for a new role or being sought out by those interested in your skills, having a solid resume is the key to finding the right job for you. You’re starting a new adventure – try to start on the right foot.
My mother once told me something her undergraduate thesis adviser had said to her: “You do a lot of writing when you’re not writing.”
For the past year and change, millions of Americans have struggled to adjust to the unique demands of remote work. As has become abundantly clear, a home environment, for all its comforts, presents a host of obstacles to productivity.
Fortunately, we have not lacked for advice about how to deal with these obstacles. Search for “remote work focus tips” and you’ll find dozens of articles full of valuable insights about the importance of scheduling, routine, physical wellness, and organization.
There is nothing more exciting than receiving a job offer for an opportunity you really want. It can be tempting to say an enthusiastic “YES!” and sign the paperwork without asking questions. But, before you do, it’s important to read the fine print and make sure you’re receiving proper compensation and benefits.
In the business world, having a LinkedIn profile is like having a sharp blazer for interviews – it’s a must. LinkedIn acts as an online resume and a place to network with colleagues and others in your industry, so it’s a great resource for finding jobs, exploring career interests, and keeping in contact with former employers and coworkers.
Employers, employees, and job seekers can all benefit from knowing what jobs will be in-demand in the future. Current workers and job seekers can use this information when considering a career change, continuing education opportunities, or a new position. This knowledge also helps employers looking to start a business, expand a company, or search for investors.
Check out our latest infographic to learn more about jobs that are expected to be in-demand in the future.
Today's professionals are under an increasing amount of pressure to be able to "do it all," which can lead to unhealthy amounts of stress and a decrease in motivation and self-confidence. Help combat these feelings by creating an action plan.
Action Plans describe what you need to accomplish to achieve a given goal, objective, or outcome. Action Plans often list the tasks you need to carry out in chronological order.
Most people know that the field of marketing changes quickly, but the real topic on marketing professionals’ minds is, “How do I keep up?” Adapting to this growing, changing industry requires a lifelong-learning mindset and a commitment to continuously upskill.
Here are five skills that are crucial for sustaining a successful marketing career: