Many of us have resumes listing positions that lasted for less than a year. While this isn’t necessarily a deal-breaker on future job interviews, it does lead to questions about what went wrong. As career expert and JobHunterCoach.com founder Arnie Fertig writes in a post for U.S. News & World Report, the common response, “They weren’t the right fit,” might send up some red flags.
What if you could go to work each and every day feeling totally enthusiastic and inspired? It might sound crazy — especially since a recent Gallup poll shows that 70 percent of Americans don’t feel engaged with their work — but as Zone of Genius Assessment creator and performance strategist Laura Garnett writes in a post for Fast Company, the idea isn’t so unrealistic.
Aspiring female entrepreneurs looking to join the ranks of the 9.1 million women-owned businesses in America might consider moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The next time you come home from a super-stressful day at work, and you still have nine deadlines looming and a big presentation to prepare for, don’t fret. Imagine you’ve just taken your brain for a 10-mile run.
Last year, numbers released by five of Silicon Valley’s largest companies revealed a distinct lack of diversity, as whites and people of Asian descent were found to make up 91 percent of the workforce. The report also showed a lack of women, further leading many to call for changes at the nation’s top tech firms. According to a more recent study, there may be a natural...
When it comes to networking, there’s a lot to think about. It’s a game of taking risks, reaching out, asking questions, following up, and generally putting yourself out there, and it’s no wonder it’s a cause of stress for many jobseekers. But as Daily Muse writer and Create Content That Connects creator Amanda Berlin writes, it doesn’t have to be so daunting. The key is...