Coming Back to Work: The Age of Unretirement
In the United States, 65 has always been a magic number. It’s the age at which many expect to retire from work, be financially comfortable with social security and pensions,...
Three Signs of Career Stagnation
Does it feel like lately you’ve been doing your job on autopilot? Honestly, you’re not alone. According to a 2015 study done by Gallup Poll, only 32% of U.S. employees...
Leaving the Military: Transitioning into a Civilian Career
Are you planning to separate from the military and shift into a civilian life? Regardless of how many years you’ve been in service, coming back to an everyday, noncombatant routine...
After a Layoff: Reclaiming Your Professional Life
Most of us know someone who’s lost a job due to a company-wide layoff. Sometimes we see it coming, and other times we’re completely blindsided. Nevertheless, anyone who’s been laid...
5 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Career
Spring is here, and that means most of us are gearing up for some long-awaited spring cleaning. Whether that means clearing out your closet, shredding old paperwork, or re-organizing the...
Sweet Motivation O’Mine Week 8
Resilience is key in maintaining your positivity, energy and hardworking efforts in your job search. Remember, no one owes you anything. Respond to diversity. You need to keep pounding the...
After Children: Rejoining the Professional World
Did you temporarily stop working when you decided to start a family? It’s very common for parents to make that decision, especially if they can be financially comfortable for a...
Sweet Motivation O’Mine Week 7
Sweet Motivation O'Mine Week 7 There are a few key components that you must have as a requirement in your job search. Your competition has these in place, so should...