Finding a Job
Questionaire - Does Your Job Suck?
Does your job really suck, or are you just a lazy whiner? To learn the truth, be totally
honest when you answer the questions below. No information from this questionaire is saved.
No data goes back to the server. I take no responsibility for the actions you take as
a result of this questionaire. More ...
Finding Senior Work Might Include Interview Nightmares
Imagine for a moment, that you are an intelligent and educated person that enjoyed
continuous employment and career growth throughout most of your adult life. Then,
suddenly, you find yourself divorced, laid-off and out of work. And, you are 60 years old! More ...
How to Write an Executive Level Resume
Executive-level jobs are harder to find and generally have more competition, so
an attention-getting executive resume can make the difference between getting the
job and getting left behind. More ...
Interview Tips for the Job Seeker
The first impression you get to make is with your resume, but what may put you over the
top is the way in which you interview. I asked around, collecting some insight from
people who have been on both sides of the interview process, and received the following
collection of tips. More ...
Re-Entering the Workforce
Many women (and an increasing number of men) decide to put their careers on hold
from time to time. If they have been away from the workforce for a significant
period of time, they may be at a disadvantage when they try to resume their career.
Here are six steps that will make re-entering
the workforce easier. More ...
Ready For a Career Fair Near You?
Have you been to a career fair lately? If not, take advantage! Here are a couple of
simple tips that will make attending worth your while: Tip Number 1: Get prepared by
making a list of industries and employers in attendance that are of interest. More ...
Finally Help Is Available For Those Over 50
Are you over the age of 50 and looking for a new job? Have you discovered that the
process of job-seeking is much more difficult than you had expected? Is it all too
easy to make excuses: More ...
Back on the Career Track: A Guide for Stay-at-Home Moms Who Want to Return to Work
This book offers a calm, practical strategy for breaking down and following through on the many
tasks involved in going back to work. It contains helpful suggestions on how to jump start the
process and lots of examples of women who have made successful transitions. More ...
At Home Call Center Jobs
Many companies now employ representatives working from home. Where in the past it may
have been unfeasible, the availability of virtual call center technology, and the
widespread use of high-speed Internet access has changed this. Now it's not only feasible,
but also advantageous to companies to employ at home workers. More ...
Can You Make a Living as a Workamper While RVing?
Can you make money Workamping? Yes we have made as much as $25,000 in a month and
we've worked for what could be considered less than minimum wage. Many Workampers
hire on at RV campgrounds and resorts just to get their site free for the period
of time they are there, others seek higher paying jobs. More ...
Tips For The Job Searcher
I've searched for a few jobs in my time, and I've interviewed many hundreds of people.
Here are some things that I've learned which have had great success. I hope they are
of value to any job searchers. More ...
How to Get a U.S. Government Job
Many Federal agencies fill their jobs like private industry by allowing applicants
to contact the agency directly for job information and application processing. But,
while the process is similar, there are significant differences. More ...