Tag: Career Advice

Best steps to find a job in 2018

Planning for a job search is a multi-step process. Since you are busy, you need to ensure you set yourself up for success by identifying the job skills you need, assessing your qualifications, creating marketing materials and networking. Once you’ve begun to check those items off of your list, take […]

14 Strategies to Maximize Your Next Pay Raise

  Effectively asking for a raise and negotiating a significant salary increase is no easy feat in today’s uncertain economy.  Frankly, how to negotiate a salary increase is a professional skill everyone needs to master. When you want a raise, the best way is to plan for the raise…don’t just […]

4 Ways You’re Wasting Time at Work Without Even Realizing It

No matter how many hours you work each day, your goal should be to make the most of that time. Unfortunately, the majority of U.S. employees aren’t maximizing that opportunity. According to data from Salary.com: 31 percent of employees waste about 30 minutes a day 31 percent of employees waste […]

How to Find a Job You’ll Want to Stay at for Good

If you’re thinking about jumping the ship this year, you’re not alone. According to a new survey from Glassdoor, 35 percent of recruiters, HR professionals and hiring managers anticipate that more employees will leave their companies within the next 12 months. While finding another job is often an important catalyst […]

Why Digital Networking Is the New Business Card

Business cards are a waste of money. There, I said it. I know they can look really cool — metal, gold-leaf, embossed, magnetic, doubles as a bottle opener, etc. However, if you’re anything like me, your post-network event timeline goes something like this: Get back to the office. Enter the […]

9 Tips For Starting Your Online Business While Working Full Time

Being a full-time working woman and managing your daily life is never a simple task. With all the struggles women face in the workplace, including the still-existing wage gap even for professionally employed women, the struggle to make ends meet persists. If you have ever thought about starting an online […]

Your Technical Onsite Interview Survival Guide

Technical interviews can be daunting, whether you’re early in your career or a seasoned engineer. While the most important piece of these interviews is, of course, your technical skills, there are a number of things you can do to prepare beforehand, ensuring that you have a clear mind going in […]