How to Dress For a Job Interview

Now that you’ve tossed the graduation cap into the air and the diplomas have been collected, it’s time to face the job hunt. After all the preparation you’ve put in (searching for open positions, and updating your resume), the last step is figuring out the best way to present yourself to a potential employer. Job … Continue reading “How to Dress For a Job Interview”

Freelance Writing for Nonconformists

Have you ever felt as if people write about the same subjects from the same perspective, all the time? Are you interested in getting some experience in the online marketing world, writing-wise, but unsure of where to begin? Aside from writing unique, alluring content for online audiences, how can you break into a new niche … Continue reading “Freelance Writing for Nonconformists”

Continuing Education: Job prospects with a Master’s in Education

Comedian Woody Allen said in his movie Annie Hall, “Those who can’t do, teach, and those who can’t teach, teach gym.” His character, Alvy, then noted that those who couldn’t do either were teachers at his school. In truth, becoming an educator is no easy task. It’s not for the lazy, with planning curriculums and … Continue reading “Continuing Education: Job prospects with a Master’s in Education”