The evidence is overwhelming: a strong, diverse network is key to creating a robust job search and a resilient career. You probably do realize how much your networking efforts matter. But while the pandemic reminded us of the importance of social interaction, socializing may now feel more challenging than ever as you step tentatively into […]
Careers and work have evolved and continue to evolve, so the method of managing a successful career has changed, too. A few decades ago, the big companies had “corporate ladders” you needed to climb. Following the rules and the steps (read “career plan”) gave the employee a “shot” at being promoted. Job titles changed to […]
Throughout the decades, this meaning of the term “career management” has evolved. Back say in the sixties and seventies, companies like IBM and Eastman Kodak were flying high and offered-long term employment. But, like Eastman Kodak, those days are past for the vast majority of workers. When it comes to managing our careers, we’re on […]
Nancy Collamer, Job-Hunt’s Lifestyle Friendly Careers Expert, offers 5 tips for transitioning from volunteering to a lifestyle-friendly career in the non-profit sector.
Finding that first job after college is important as a first step in your career, but it’s often only the first step.
Your career is more than your current job – much more. Here’s how to build a great career.
Being negative in your work and in your search for a new job can seriously harm your career in these 5 ways.
How to build your career and enhance your reputation through public speaking.
How to enhance your skills, gain useful experience, and grow your network through volunteering.
Chronic Illness Job Search Expert Jason Reid suggests several benefits of volunteering for job seekers with chronic illness.
Debra Wheatman, Job-Hunt’s Expert in Building Your Career, has many years of experience helping people with their careers and job search.