Fear is normal. The motivation for fear is a biological response to danger that exists in all animals. But sometimes, and for humans especially, the natural fight-or-flight impulse shifts into an overwhelming sense of dread from which one feels unableContinue reading
3 Things to Keep in Mind as You Embark on or Continue Your Job Search
Despite the changing world, it is possible to initiate or continue searching for a job at the moment. And yes, it will be different. It’s true that some jobs may be harder to come by right now, and if you’reContinue reading
What Does the Low Unemployment Rate Mean for You? A Higher Salary? Fewer Benefits?
For years we’ve seen wages stagnate. Workers accepted less than ideal pay just to score a job in a competitive market – especially in high turnover industries like food service and retail. Now, the tables have turned. With the unemploymentContinue reading
Employment Gaps on Your Resume
I have discussed this week’s topic often with job seekers as it is a common challenge to address when preparing your resume: How do I overcome gaps in my employment history on my resume? Given the state of the jobContinue reading