“What could I possibly do that would add income to our family, and meaning and interest to my life?” These were the words of a woman MB
“I haven’t looked at my resume for at least 10 years”, a client told me recently.
I often share this statistic with my clients who are finalists for a new job: 87% of employers expect applicants to negotiate the terms of the employment offer.
The clue to your next career could be right under your nose—but you’re probably not looking in the right places.
Do you have a son or daughter graduating from college this year? Are you wringing your hands about the job market and concerned about
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
When Catherine arrived for a networking appointment at a new start up in town, she had no idea it would soon lead to the job of her dreams.
Devastated. That’s how you’re likely to feel when you are laid off.
With many employers reluctant to pay relocation expenses and strategic networking increasingly becoming the most effective job search strategy, landing a job out of state can be a challenge.
The threat of age discrimination or age bias may make you feel ill at ease as you approach the job market.