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Career Guidance

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By: CareerCast.com
It's a January scene most know well: The gym gets so packed with new patrons who made a New Year's Resolution, it's next to impossible to get in a proper workout. While the job market isn't a physical place, the same idea applies in the winter months. Picture sending out your resume after the holidays like trying to squeeze in ... More
By: Karyn Mullins
Finding success in your career can be hard work, no matter what position you’re in or path you are on. The industry is highly competitive and requires a lot of resilience and passion. Who better to give advice on a competitive landscape than some of the most renowned athletes in the business? Let’s take a look at advice on how ... More
By: Michael Iacona
There’s a pretty good chance you’re looking for a job. Most people are, actually. According to a survey conducted by Rake , 80 percent of full-time employees are either actively or passively looking for a new job. No matter your job history, the process is frustrating and intimidating. In fact, 87 percent of survey respondents said that keeping track of ... More
By: Will Zimmerman
If you’re scaling up your business or just looking for someone with a specific specialty, a freelancer can be the way to go. Freelancers are flexible, specialized in a skill-set and offer a new perspective on problems your company is trying to solve. However, hiring a freelancer can be a challenge. In order to hire a freelancer, you often have ... More
By: Eva Wislow
Having a successful career will offer you a lot of benefits and real profitable opportunities. As we live in a world governed by social status and money, working your way up to the top will definitely improve your quality of life. There are many possible reasons for which an individual would desire success. I guess one of the reasons is ... More
By: CareerCast.com
Heading into the holiday season, job market growth continues at a steady rate. 2016 is on track to finish as an altogether strong year for hiring, with the Department of Labor reporting 161,000 new jobs added to the U.S. economy in October 2016. The unemployment rate has remained consistently at or just below 5 percent for the year, closing October ... More
By: Heather R. Huhman
Student debt is a huge problem in our country. But what many aren’t aware of is how the cost of college has created a nasty web that’s hard to break out of. Young adults want to continue their education in order to improve their professional opportunities. However, this often requires large amounts of student loans. Then, once the student graduates, ... More
By: Thuy Sindell
People complain about their “crazy” boss all the time. But what do you do when your boss actually suffers from a mental health condition? It sounds absurd, but it’s more common than you might think. The latest numbers from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that, in the previous year, 18.1 percent of adults had suffered from ... More