The New Job Hunt [INFOGRAPHIC]

The New Job Hunt [INFOGRAPHIC]

 Whether you like it or not, job hunting has changed. Where we look, how we apply, and what we’re worried about is different than the previous generations. If you don’t believe me, take a look at the infographic below… The New Job Hunt infographic Do you resonate with today’s job hunter? What are you doing … Continue reading

What Are You Doing That Isn’t Work?

What Are You Doing That Isn’t Work?

Regardless of what you do for work, it’s so important to still do something for fun. Most of us don’t get energy from what we do at work. Here are a few things I do outside of work to give me energy… What are you doing in your own time to give you energy?

Is More Education the Answer?

Is More Education the Answer?

I can say with 100% certainty that more education is the answer. It just might not be the education you’re thinking of. There is so much that you can learn about your field without ever going back to a university or college. Books, seminars, conferences, and other professionals can teach you so much. That counts as … Continue reading

I Don’t Have The Energy

I Don’t Have The Energy

One of the greatest challenges while job hunting is finding the energy. Most of us are working long days at tiring jobs. When we get home, all we want to do is sit down or lay down. Combing the internet for positions and networking doesn’t sound appealing at all. What sounds good is dinner, a … Continue reading

3 Apps for Job Hunting

3 Apps for Job Hunting

The process of job hunting can be drawn out, tiring, confusing, and frustrating. Here are 3 apps that can help you take some of pain out of job hunting. 1. Job Search (by Indeed.com) One of the challenges in job hunting is seeing what’s out there. Indeed‘s app, Job Search compiles thousands of listings from … Continue reading

5 Things Every Graduate Should Be Doing

5 Things Every Graduate Should Be Doing

It does not matter what degree you have. You can benefit from doing these 5 things. 1) Read Take the time to read a little bit everyday. It strengthens your thinking (whether on one topic or in general), sparks creativity, and keeps you focused and motivated. Too many people decide that they want to read more … Continue reading

The Dorm Room vs. The Cubicle

The Dorm Room vs. The Cubicle

Every student studies hard (at least the successful ones). They pour hours and hours of reading, memorizing, and practicing into their days. From my experience, there are 3 places where this happens… 1) The Library Cause it is quiet? No, because everyone else there is working hard too! Most students are blaring their favorite music … Continue reading