Getting a new job is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions, with as many as 14 percent of people saying they’d like to change employers when they change their calendars. Sound like you? If you’re ready for 2019 to be the year you finally find the right job, keep reading! We’ve curated 14 of the
Getting ready for a big job interview can be stressful, and the best thing you can do to calm your nerves is to ensure you’re adequately prepared. Improvising responses and questions on the spot work for some people, but there’s no reason to leave it up to chance, especially if you have your heart set on a new gig.
Starting a new job can be an exciting, but also a nerve-wracking experience. After all, there’s so much information to take in, different coworkers to meet and a physical office space you’ll need to learn to navigate. If you want to make your life easier during this transition and start your new role on the right note,
Are you fed up with making less than you’re worth or feeling unfulfilled at your current job or career? You’re not alone. According to a survey by Mental Health and the Faas Foundation, 71 percent of respondents said that they’re looking to change employers. The survey also found that 45 percent of respondents said they “rarely or never”
Conventional wisdom says that it’s much better to wait to quit a job until after you’ve safely secured another one. Most of the time, this is a pretty good choice! There are so many risks involved in quitting a job before securing a new one that they often outweigh the benefits. However, there are definitely some exceptions
As a new graduate, everyone from your slightly older BFF to your favorite campus lecturer has most likely lined up to give you their best advice for being the very best at your first job. But even with all their amazing and wise tidbits, a few things could still take you by surprise. “New graduates need to
When you start a new job, the first 30-to-90 days are often the most important as they set the tone for both your work product and in-office relationships. Moreover, it gives both the hiring manager and your co-workers the opportunity to determine whether or not they want to continue working with you. If you are
Every day, people take control of their future by leaving the comfort of an office position to pursue their passion. Taking the leap towards becoming an entrepreneur or entirely changing one’s career direction comes with doubts and fear. The most important thing to remember is that it is better to live a fulfilled life then