Everything you never knew you wanted to know (and a few things you were looking for.)
When putting credentials after your name on your resume works (and when it makes you look like a jerk)
I’ve worked with people on both sides of the fence: those who want to put initials for every certification they’ve even taken next to their
Have you ever been charged with reviewing a pile of monotonous paperwork? While buried deep underneath your stack, did you experience a moment of realization
Although LinkedIn is primarily career-focused, it’s still a social network, making it a great place to show recruiters your skill, motivation, and culture fit in
College has provided you with all the training you need. If you believe this, you may be on a path to obsolescence. Employees slid by
“Follow your passion,” they say, “To have a fulfilling life and career!” Sure, and would you like a jentacular* cup of tea with that advice?
No, you shouldn’t. Unless you want your resume to be boring and lame. Captain Obvious was seen crying over a whiskey when power statements replaced resume objective statements.
You’ve demonstrated all your ingredients for success on your resume. It’s been submitted more than 100 times a week for the past months but have
You’ve probably been told by someone to follow your passion and look for a job you’ll love. On the surface, this sounds great, but in
A few weeks ago, I talked about how applying the concepts of “The Work” helped me realized that my very bad week really wasn’t that
Yesterday was a bad day. My computer broke in the middle of an order and caused a productivity nightmare. The pet store hassled me about