How Your Credit History May Affect Your Job Search?

Was there a time in your life when you underwent a financial fiasco that you’d rather keep to yourself? When you barely had a grip on your monthly dues because of some overspending made in luxurious boutiques using many credit cards? When you juggled how to pay all the credit cards used that some reached … Continue reading “How Your Credit History May Affect Your Job Search?”

8 Trending Freelancing Jobs For The Creative Bugs

“The only really committed artist is he who, without refusing to take part in the combat, at least refuses to join the regular armies and remains a freelance.” – Albert Camus Freelancing is no more the employment option, which is labelled risky. This label is derived from the previous notion of freelancing being synonymous with … Continue reading “8 Trending Freelancing Jobs For The Creative Bugs”

What You Should NOT Include in Your Resume

Whether you are applying for a job or for college, your resume is an essential tool to prove your skills. It is the first thing employers or recruiters look at, and unfortunately, it is the factor that influences their further decisions. Are they going to offer you an interview? Companies or big schools do not … Continue reading “What You Should NOT Include in Your Resume”

How do I Stand Out as an Intern Applicant With Minimal Experience?

A few months ago, a student applied to my agency’s internship program with minimal experience. She had just finished her freshman year at college, and her resume didn’t have the multiple extra-curricular activities,the other applicants did. Yet, I hired her over dozens of students that had more robust resumes. How did I know she was … Continue reading “How do I Stand Out as an Intern Applicant With Minimal Experience?”

10 Job Interview Mistakes That Can Kill Your Chances

It’s understandable if you’re stressed before a job interview, especially if you’ve been overlooked before and are struggling to pay the bills with no money coming in – we’ve all been there at some point! Fortunately if you prepare well in advance and learn what not to do, you’ll have the advantage over other candidate. … Continue reading “10 Job Interview Mistakes That Can Kill Your Chances”

5 Negotiation Tips when Looking for Your First Job

The process of landing the first job is the rite of passage for many young people living in the modern world. As such, it generates a large amount of emotions, worries and expectations, since it will affect both your present life and your future career. This is why it’s important to find a job that … Continue reading “5 Negotiation Tips when Looking for Your First Job”

Workplace Designs for Millennials & Baby Boomers, Alike

The ongoing debate of how different, yet remarkably alike, millennials and baby boomers are continues to intrigue everyone. What can folks in their fifties and sixties possibly have in common with twenty-somethings? There is common ground to be found between the two generations in many ways, such as caring about community, wanting to be respected, … Continue reading “Workplace Designs for Millennials & Baby Boomers, Alike”

7 Lucrative Careers You Can Start From Your Own Couch

Finding a job for somebody, who has just been dismissed, is not that easy, but with proper perseverance, everything is manageable. It is much more difficult for those, who have just graduated from institute or college, have no special education or after a long break in working life, but need a job now. But what … Continue reading “7 Lucrative Careers You Can Start From Your Own Couch”