“I haven’t looked at my resume for at least 10 years”, a client told me recently.
The beginning of a new decade, the loss of a job, a change in economic circumstances, a debilitating illness, or an overall feeling of dissatisfaction at work are some reasons why you might questio
That’s the advice of Bob Kelleher, President of The Employee Engagement Group, and an authority on staying focused and connected on the job.
Many Americans enjoy a cultural norm of changing careers at least once during their lifetime.
I’ve come to believe that looking for a job, or a new career, in the “second ha
“I feel like I’ve tried everything and nothing’s working.” After five months pounding the pavement for a new job, Sam was understandably discouraged and fr
It is estimated that the average person has about 60,000 thoughts a day.
You may have read Malcolm Gladwell's best selling book "Tipping Point" that describes a host of situations and people that made
At a time when the economy is still sluggish and job security is non-existent, it may be hard to let yourself contemplate what you really might love to do.
Have you been looking for work in the same field with no luck securing an interview, let alone a job offer?