Whether it’s due to illness, parenthood, or simply a long period of unemployment, jumping back into the workforce can be daunting to say the least. You can ease this transition by jumping full-force into the job search, and keeping the following tips in mind.
Whether you’re currently employed or currently seeking a job, you can be actively developing your skills, working toward your professional goals and establishing a path for career development. One way to work on your professional development is to seek out and maintain contact with a professional mentor. A professional mentor is someone who is available […]
In the previous post on Skills You Can Improve While You Job Search- Part 1, areas such as communication and basic computer skills were discussed. Here are three more areas to focus on to improve your current skill set or to begin building new, transferable skills in your job search.
Learning doesn’t end simply because you’re no longer in school. Throughout your job search, you can continue to hone your transferable skills, or the skills that are relevant to jobs in multiple fields. As a job seeker in a generation of fellow seekers- who will likely change jobs 5 to 7 times in their lives- […]
Next time you get the chance, take a look at the list of classes your school has to offer. They list all of the available core classes, required classes and electives. While the first two types of classes are important, more students tend to focus their attention on the latter. That’s why I chose to […]