Category: Job Search

5 Ways to Tell if an Entrepreneurial Job Is Right for You

AUTHOR: Haley Heieck
POSTED: May 14, 2013 at 2:00 am

Has the thought of being an entrepreneur and running your own business—to create and drive success by managing and growing a team—crossed your mind as something you’ve always wanted to do? If your answer is ”yes”, then a job in which you’re being micro-managed daily is never going to work for you. If you possess... » Read Full Article

A new twist on finding the right job AND the right company for you

AUTHOR: Darlene Z.
POSTED: April 19, 2013 at 9:08 am

Read an interesting PandoDaily article the other day that featured What is According to the site, they help you to “easily figure out your best fit” when it comes to the company you’re targeting for a job. (Logo: Why is this important? An article in Forbes advises that we must hire for attitude, not only for... » Read Full Article

Five Ways to Energize Your Job Search

AUTHOR: Evan Roth
POSTED: April 5, 2013 at 2:00 am

How much would you pay to kickstart your job search?  What would it be worth to increase your job opportunities and decrease the time spent on your search?  What if you didn’t need to pay anything to get these results? We all have a resource that we can tap into – our own personal energy. ... » Read Full Article

Navigating a Career Transition

POSTED: April 2, 2013 at 8:39 am

by Lou Huskey, ResumeEdge Certified Writer – When your career is no longer satisfying, a transition to a new profession is possible but can be challenging. What Steps Are Needed to Make Certain You Succeed? In order to be prepared, ask yourself the following questions: Do I have the necessary training and education that will... » Read Full Article

Returning to Work After Having Your Children?

AUTHOR: Darlene Z.
POSTED: March 15, 2013 at 9:20 am

According to an article, a Census Bureau report states that the majority of  new mothers are returning to work within a year of giving birth. The piece continues: “Of the 3.6 million women who gave birth from July 1997 through June 1998, about 59 percent returned to the work force within a year of having... » Read Full Article