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  • Career Recovery: Be Resilient After a COVID-19 Job Loss
    by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - August 20, 2020
    The global pandemic has forced millions into unemployment with business closings and an economic downturn that beat the Great Recession. A common denominator for both tumultuous job markets is the necessity for job seekers to showcase resiliency and recovery as they navigate their career future. Here are some essential tips to help you deal with the present and prepare for what’s next. Filing for Unemployment...
  • Top Seven Community And Social Service Occupations
    by Tim Muma - August 19, 2020
    For many who enter college to study the social sciences, their goal is nothing short of dedicating themselves to giving back to the community and helping make the world a better place. What lies ahead for those who take this path can vary greatly in regard to actual work performed, but in most cases graduates will find a high growth rate for jobs in this broad field. Here are seven of the top occupations in community and...
  • Right Job Fit
    by Andy Rasico - August 11, 2020
    What is the 'perfect job?' Unfortunately, it doesn't exist. This is not an alarmingly pessimistic point of view, but rather a real one. Every man and woman in the work force has different strengths, weaknesses, opinions, personalities, and an unfathomable amount of other characteristics that, when combined and utilized, can help in the search for a position that is a good fit. When you focus on finding your job fit, suc...
  • The Role of Intersectionality in Recruitment and Hiring
    by Don Lustenberger, Dalyn Allen - August 6, 2020
    Lately, intersectionality has been generating quite the buzz in HR. Increasingly, employers are enhancing their workforce diversity and inclusion initiatives by focusing on the intersectional perspectives and experiences of their employees. So, what exactly is intersectionality? And what role might it play in organizations’ recruitment and hiring efforts today? What is Intersectionality? “Intersectionality&rdquo...
  • How To Make A Good First Impression At Work
    by Andy Rasico - August 5, 2020
    First impressions are always important, and never more so than on the work-front. The reality is - and will always be - that people make an assumption of you within the first few seconds you meet. This can include everything from the way you dress, to how you speak and your general attitude. At work, the first impression can not only impact short-term perceptions of you - but your long-term reputation and career success. Ou...
  • How To Become A Petroleum Engineer
    by Tim Muma - August 1, 2020
    Veterans seeking a post-military career that offers better-than-average pay in a rapidly growing field might discover putting their discipline, mathematical and scientific skills to work pays off big in petroleum engineering. This highly specialized field only requires a bachelor's degree to enter while relying on many of the same skills that foster a successful military career. A Day in the Life of a Petroleum Engin...
  • Teamwork
    by Andy Rasico - July 29, 2020
    The old mantra – 'there is no I in team,' although overused should be considered a sound philosophy all employees need adopt to succeed in today’s work environment. A streamlined workforce, mergers and acquisitions and countless other shifts in business necessitate that employee’s foster a sense of community with their peers. There are some simple steps you can take to build this team environment. Start...
  • Organizing Your Day
    by Andy Rasico - July 26, 2020
    Is everything really that important? Sometimes it may feel that way whenweighed down with both work and family life. The hardest part when this happens is to determine what is the real priority, and what tasks can be relegated to a later time. Unfortunately, when you reach a point where everything seems like a fire drill, this is usually when you may already feel overwhelmed. So how do you determine what projects take pr...
  • Finding A Job In A Recession
    by Katie Saba - July 18, 2020
    By the time you read this, even the optimists will probably admit we're in a recession. Even if it's not an official recession, it sure feels like one compared to last year. The real estate market has slowed to a sick-dog crawl, hiring is off, and prices are rising. If you're looking for work right now, you have permission to worry. Worry if you need to, but don't panic. For most people, a slow economy ju...
  • Elements To Building Your Resume
    by Katie Saba - July 17, 2020
    Your resume should be viewed as one of the most important marketing tools that gets you in the door to meet with hiring employers. While your resume alone will not land you a job, it can certainly help with your job search goals. From a title that matches the job you want, to including keywords that make your resume stand out, there are some key essentials that you need to consider when developing your resume. Provide...