Tag: Syndication

3 Reasons That Job Wasn’t a Waste of Time, Even if Your Current One’s Completely Different

It’s easy to think that your last job was a complete waste of time if you find yourself in a different career now. It’s also important to recognize how your past positions and work experience helped prepare you for your current role. Your last job wasn’t a waste at all! […]

4 Positive Body Language Signs (That Mean Nothing Because the Client’s Going With the Cheapest Option)

You can learn a lot about what a person is thinking based on their body language. But sometimes, the only thing that speaks louder than body language is money. Budget, to be exact. Here’s how you can interpret four body language signs when your client has to hire whoever will […]

4 “Fun” Interview Situations You Might Face (and How to Navigate Each One)

After a few rounds on the job interview circuit, you have a decent idea of what to expect—but then the company emails you to tell you your interview will be over drinks or lunch. How do you navigate this kind of meeting? Here’s how to approach four common scenarios. Read […]

What It’s Really Like to Couch Surf in LA While Searching for Jobs (and Going After My Dreams)

Couch surfing in Los Angeles while job searching is a lot like regular surfing: You need to maintain balance and flexibility if you’re going to ride the wave. As someone who couch surfed while I searched for an entertainment job, I can tell you that it was worth it. If […]

Resume Objective: Valuable to Have or Thing of the Past?

The average recruiter spends about six seconds looking at your resume, and you’ve got to make every one of them count. Do resume objectives help or hurt you? A resume objective is a short statement that outlines your career direction. Objective statements were once the standard on every job seeker’s resume. A […]

Ask an Honest HR Professional: What Do You Do When Your Team Can’t Keep a Leader?

For whatever reason, your team’s supervisor is no longer with the company. Now, you’ve found yourselves without a leader and are trying to figure out how to get by without someone higher up advocating for you. Here’s an HR professional’s advice on how to cope in a way that boosts […]

A Few Tips for Introverts Trying to Make Friends at Work (According to Fellow Introverts)

You’re about to start a new role. It’s exciting because yay, fresh start, but it’s also incredibly intimidating because you’re an introvert and it takes you a little longer to make friends. Fear not! We spoke to five introverts to get the best tips on how to make this process […]

Ask a Credible Career Coach: Why Aren’t I Being Considered for Mid-Level Positions?

You feel like you have the right experience and qualifications, and yet you aren’t even being considered for the mid-level positions you want. Well, there are a few mistakes you might be making. Here’s a career coach’s advice on how to land level of job you really want. Read Complete […]