Career and Job Searching

Success Shortie: What To Do After The Interview

There’s one important thing that nobody tells you about interviewing: The end of the interview is not the end! If you’re already sending a thank-you email after an interview, or a

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Three Questions You Need To Answer To Nail The Interview

It’s June, and that means graduation time! It’s job search season. It may be just a summer job, a first job after college, or a new step in your career.

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Try This To Figure Out Your Perfect Path

Last week I talked about how to figure out what you want to do in life. I also admitted that the idea of helping someone else find his or her

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What Should I Do With My Life?

In my past, I dabbled as a career coach. I thought, “I can help you write a resume or cover letter and prepare for the interview.” But what people really wanted was

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Nov 15 – My dad taught me about work life balance, and I didn’t even know it.

I was recently asked about doing a speech on work life balance for a real estate business school. When chatting with the client I shared that I have a special place

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One thing to do when goals get off track.

Many of you know, I don’t do resolutions. I don’t have a 5 year plan. I think one year out. At the end of each year I look back on

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Success Shortie: What Everyone SHOULD Ask At The End Of An Interview.

I love getting your questions! I gave a talk on interviewing skills and what to ask at the end of an interview at a SHRM event and received a wonderful

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How To Get Back Into Work After Summer Fun.

Hi everyone! Labor day weekend is around the corner! It rings in the last days of summer and signals the start of a new school year. September is actually one of the

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How NOT to do what i did

10 Ideas of How NOT to Do What I Did My First Week at a New Job

I was 21, had offers from multiple firms, and was promised lots of specific work assignments, managers, and recruiting opportunities when I accepted a job with Arthur Andersen (I know,

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