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    Job Search Guide - Relocation
by Torry Zupke and Cady Chesney - Sep, 2013
The job market is increasingly competitive, and not everyone is able to find a job in the area that they currently live in. We're with Torry Zupke, a practicing adult nurse practitioner at Mohave Mental Health Clinic, who recently relocated from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin to Kingman, Arizona for a new career. We'll talk about the relocation process from applying to jobs, interviewing, accepting the job, and the moving process. We'...
 
    Life vs. Work - Comforts of Home
by Jeanne Schwartz and Tim Muma - Sep, 2012
With all the advances in technology, working from home has become much more common in the 21st century. Large corporations, startups and local businesses have utilized the practice of allowing employees to complete some (if not all) of their work at home - provided they are actually productive. An Assurant executive states her positive reasons for allowing for work-at-home employees, while also pointing out its flaws. Life...
 
  Job Hopping on Resume Still a Red Flag?
by Jean Cummings - May, 2016
Traditionally – pre-2008 meltdown but definitely before the dot-com boom – having too many jobs in short period of time on a candidate's resume was clearly an issue for hiring authorities. They assumed the person would be a short-term employee and reduce the ROI from recruiting, onboarding, and training them. Recruiters believed that short stints at several companies showed that the applicant wasn't committed, got easily bo...
 
  New Job Preparedness Study Emphasizes the Importance of Integrity and Adaptability
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2016
The Career Advisory Board that I established by DeVry University recently released the fifth annual Job Preparedness Indicator survey. This year’s findings indicate hiring managers are receptive to candidates changing careers, especially if their previous experience can be applied to the new position; but above all else, integrity is the No. 1 trait that candidates should possess. Our annual research surveys 500 hiring mana...
 
  Bouncing Back
by Carole Kanchier - Apr, 2016
A Japanese proverb tells us that ‘the bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists,’ for when the monsoon strikes the oak breaks, while the bamboo bends but quickly recovers. Do you, like the bamboo, tend to bend when disasters strike, or do you stay where you've been thrown? We all have the innate capacity to manage life’s challenges, whether everyday disappointments or extraordinary disasters. Research in br...
 
  Bright Outlook Jobs That Don't Require Degrees
by Stacy Harshman - Apr, 2016
The healthcare industry is on track to create 5.6 million new jobs by 2020, according to a study from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and Workforce. Healthcare is now responsible for one in nine jobs in the U.S. according to the Labor Department. In addition to traditional doctors and nurses, there will also be demand for other positions that support the healthcare industry. Not all healthcare jobs require degre...
 
  9 Tips for Hi-Po's to Start Their Careers Off Right!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Jan, 2016
First, it’s tough out there and it is probably only going to get tougher. Job security is a thing of the past. The days of the “company man (or woman)” are gone. Like it or not, even if you start out in a large corporation, you need to think like an entrepreneur. Why I realize we cannot all be entrepreneurial in the sense that we can’t all start our own companies, I believe we can all be entrepreneurial in terms of how we a...
 
  The Old Career Path is a Dead End. Here's What's Taking It's Place In 2016
by Lindsey Pollak - Jan, 2016
The definition of “career” is in major transition. Forget staying with a company until your golden anniversary; many millennials don’t stay with a company long enough to celebrate even one anniversary. Over the past few months, I’ve been talking to millennials and leaders at companies and universities about the new path to career success for young professionals. I’ve identified two intriguing trends for 2016. WE’RE ALL W...
 
  10 Nuggets of Wisdom to Inspire Your 2016 Job Search Strategy
by Michelle Dumas - Dec, 2015
It’s been said the most stressful endeavors in life are getting a divorce, buying a house, and having a baby. Anyone currently in the job market would add “looking for a job” to that list, and would probably put it at the top. The job search requires you to get confident and put yourself out there only to be rejected and have your confidence destroyed. In some ways it’s worse than high school dating. But it doesn’t have to...
 
  Recruiters Reveal What They Look For In Applicants
by Stacy Harshman - Nov, 2015
Recently, Jobvite, a recruiting intelligence platform, surveyed 1,404 recruiting and HR professionals from a range of industries on how talent is sourced and what current trends are being seen in the labor market. The survey, conducted in July 2015, reveals how recruiters find candidates, what stumbling blocks they encounter, what they notice most, and how they evaluate candidates. Additionally, the survey included advice on h...
 
  The First Step To Reinvent Your Career
by Stacy Harshman - Nov, 2015
Ever wished you could reinvent your life or your career? Apparently this desire is quite common. Social psychologist Richard Luker says that “adults are saying not only do I see a more vigorous life, I’m up for it, I’m game, I want to do more. Our research is bearing that out in spades”. Jane Pauley in her book Your Life Calling: Reimaging the Rest of Your Life, states “Today men and women in their forties can reasonably be th...
 
  5 Steps to Starting a Career Transition
by Kathy Bornheimer - Sep, 2015
5 Steps to Starting a Career Transition Career Transitions have become almost necessary since the beginning of the 21st century. Some people have been doing it since the early 1980’s; others are just going through their first one. As an experienced (and successful) career changer, I’m able to use my own experiences in my Career Coaching practice. The one rule that remains consistent is what I call the ABC step program. When c...
 
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