First Jobs are for Learning: 3 Things to Keep in Mind at the Beginning of Your Career

The first few years as a professional are confusing, fast-paced and certainly a time for self-discovery. It’s a chapter in your life when you’re figuring out how your strengths and passions align while questioning if there is an opportunity to monetize them. Visualizing how it will all play out can be difficult when you aren’t … Continue reading “First Jobs are for Learning: 3 Things to Keep in Mind at the Beginning of Your Career”

7 Skills to Put On Your Resume When Looking for Your First Job

Creating a resume for your first job can be a daunting task. With minimal or no exposure to the corporate world, it could be challenging to create a resume that checks all the right boxes and stands out of the crowd. While most of the resume has the usual suspects – candidates details, education qualifications, … Continue reading “7 Skills to Put On Your Resume When Looking for Your First Job”

Why Leaving Your First Job feels like a Bad Breakup?

Your very first job can be pivotal in so many ways. Even if it’s not a job you’re passionate about or even thoroughly enjoy doing, it’s still the first stage in your career path, when you’re (hopefully) getting into a routine of productivity, building skills, and working with others in a cooperative and positive way. … Continue reading “Why Leaving Your First Job feels like a Bad Breakup?”

Staying Positive At Your First Post-College Job

Upon leaving college, I reverted back to an old job at a Grocery Store and pondered what I was doing with my life. It didn’t take too long before I applied at a marketing job some friends of mine were working at and I was able to start my post-college career. I knew I had … Continue reading “Staying Positive At Your First Post-College Job”