Tags » Job Search

Where Does Your Job Search Lead You?

“What type of job are you looking for?” Whenever I pose this question, approximately 90% percent of respondents state they are looking for “anything,” and 100% agrees with the fact that job searching is a full-time job on its own. 838 more words

Job Search Strategies

Job Hunting

At some point in our lives we all look for a job. Whether it is a job with a new company, the same company, our first job, or our tenth job. 700 more words

Interview

High Anxiety

Today I sit a mere 91 days from taking the big leap into retirement.  After almost 21 years I will hang up my stripes, join my family and close out the longest running chapter of my life.  1,221 more words

General

Income Outcome

When I decided to go back to school to pursue an MFA in Dramatic Writing, I knew it would be a huge financial risk. Though the program gives its writers a partial scholarship that covers half of the tuition for each year of the program, I still needed to take out student loans in order to pay for the remaining tuition and living costs. 576 more words

Theater

It’s a Calling Card; Not a Business Card.

While networking, you should be prepared to exchange your contact information.  Most professionals and business owners have business cards; though many “forget” to take them to networking events.  967 more words

Career

Free webinar: 10 Steps to a Federal Job 7/29

July 29, 2014
12 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Kathryn Troutman presents a FREE webinar

Ten Steps to a Federal Job

Ten Steps is a popular and easy to follow step-by-step process for analyzing your qualifications through tracking and following up with your USAJOBS applications. 11 more words

Job Search

Discipline

My gut feeling is that some readers won’t like this blog post. Not that it isn’t as good as any other, but because the advice I have for you today is easy to read and really hard to do. 446 more words

Job Search