What happens after you’ve been on the job for a while and start to feel burned out, at odds with your coworkers, or that you’ve hit a wall in your growth? Consider these questions and solutions.
Author April Greene
Use all the fresh-start momentum around you to get the jump on finding a great new job!
There’s a lot of talk about having a mentor these days, and for good reason. But in order for us to have mentors, some of us need to be mentors, too!
Once you’ve identified a counselor or two you’re interested in working with, how can you “test them out?”
Volunteering allows you to help others and get involved with something you feel passionate about. But did you know volunteering has other benefits, too?
The better your know yourself, the more accurately you can determine how to invest your time and energy during the job search.
There are three main methods you can use to learn more about any given career: reading, talking, and doing.
There are ways to counter self-doubt and make effective strides in your job hunt.
If you’ve been on the job hunt for a while and are starting to see the repercussions in your bank statements, take heart and try out these tips I employed during my jobless days of yore.