Job seekers who want to break into a new role in 2019 need to think hard about the image (or brand) they project to employers. Continue reading How to Brand Yourself and Increase Your Chances of Getting Hired
Michael Atkins, a former school custodian in Denver Colorado, has been recently promoted as the new principal of Stedman Elementary School. He plans to use his past experiences as a former student in the area and a custodian to become successful in accomplishing his goals in his new career.
Continue reading Former School Custodian from Denver is Now the School Principal
The question comes up in nearly every interview. It might be phrased in any number of ways, but every interviewer is going to ask, in some form, why should we hire you? Continue reading 7 Ways You Should Never Answer “Why Should We Hire You?”
Led… Handled… Managed… Responsible for… most resume bullet points start with the same words.
Frankly, the same tired old words hiring managers have heard over and over—to the point where they’ve lost a lot of their meaning and don’t do much to show off your accomplishments.
Continue reading 185 Powerful Action Verbs That Will Make Your Resume Awesome
Atlanta-based psychiatrist Patrice A. Harris, MD, is the first black woman to become the American Medical Association’s (AMA) president. When Dr. Harris assumes her role in June this year, she will also be the Association’s first African-American female to hold that office.
Continue reading Making Strides in Health Care—AMA elects its first African-American woman president
(NORFOLK, VA)- Demetrius Payne knows how to use his expertise and skills. After serving in the Navy for 10 years, he then went on to operate a testing facility for aircraft carriers and submarines for 11 years! Interesting background to say the least, but practical Payne decided to become a licensed Realtor a year ago. Continue reading Naval Veteran And Realtor Brings Number One Home Inspection Company To Norfolk
By Greg Ott
When you show up to a career fair, they just give you a job, right? If only it were that easy. While career fairs serve up great introductions to companies, recruiters, and career paths you may choose to follow, it’s still on you to leave a lasting impression that inches you ever-so-closer to landing a real interview—and a great job.
Continue reading The Right Way to Follow Up After a Career Fair (Email Template Included!)
Commission can be a confusing topic for anyone, whether you’re great with money or not. Maybe you’re considering a job with a commission structure or are currently in a field where commission is a big chunk of your compensation. Continue reading Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About How Commission Works—Because Money Matters
Amelia Island, FL—Now that graduation is finally here, you may be dreaming of finding a job that encompasses everything you want in a career: adventure, travel, challenge, growth, risk, and reward. The problem is, most jobs come up short in these areas. But if you’re determined to do meaningful work that’s full of excitement, the Foreign Service may be the right place for you.
Continue reading Why Graduates Who Want a Career Full of Travel and Adventure Should Consider the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service
Here’s advice on overcoming the mental roadblocks employment gaps create before they sabotage your job search, from those who’ve been there.
Regina King has just inked a first-look deal with Netflix to produce films and television series, prompting much excitement on social media. Continue reading Regina King Inks First-Look, Multi-Year Deal With Netflix And Fans Love It
By Greg Stuart
From time to time, you will be forced to work in a team setting. Not only do you have to function in your team setting, you also have to be able to effectively collaborate with other teams in the workplace. Continue reading Why is Being a Team Player Important?