Budgeting can be difficult enough on a steady paycheck. But when your income varies from one month to the next, getting your finances in order can feel like a daunting task. Here are seven tips to help you organize your finances.
Category Archives: Job Seekers
COVID-19 forced many businesses to temporarily close their doors or change the way they work, and I know that many of you were impacted by these changes. The good news is that many areas are beginning to reopen, and so now is the time to take control of your job search.
How are you using LinkedIn? If you’re simply updating your profile every now and then, you’re missing out! There are a number of things you can do on LinkedIn to catch the attention of recruiters, employers, and former coworkers.
Unfortunately, many people aren’t sure exactly how to go about finding a mentor — and an ideal one, at that. They start there searching thinking they need a seasoned professional who’s been in the business for years. While this is often the case, your choice in mentor isn’t about age so much as who will best suit your needs — and suit your needs at that particular time. So, we suggest you consider the following when looking for someone to help you grow your career.
Not getting the job doesn’t mean you did something wrong. You could’ve nailed the interview and still walk away without an offer. Here are a few reasons why a potential employer can’t bring you on.
Volunteering helps non-profit organizations deliver their mission to improve the community. In turn, it helps you feel useful and productive, thus improving your confidence and self-worth. Making a difference in the lives of others is rewarding and life-changing.
There’s been a lot of talk within our teams about the goal setting process, so I wanted to share some of my top tips for setting (and crushing!) organizational, team, and individual goals.
Yes, you most definitely should follow-up after an interview! Use these interview thank you note tips to make a good impression and become a top candidate!
Whether you’re just starting your first job or already settled into a lifelong career, it never hurts to get a little advice. We asked our team about their favorite career advice and how it helped them get to where they are today, and here’s what they had to say!
Whenever I speak to transitioning soldiers, sailors, airmen, or Marines, I always tell them just how lucky they are. When I think back to my own transition almost 25 years ago, the resources available to my fellow soldiers and me were very limited.