It you have been limited by your career label, it’s difficult to branch out and professionally redefine yourself. Sometimes it even means taking on lesser paying, lower-level jobs in order to re-position yourself for your dream job. It’s never too late to break free from your career label and take more strategic steps toward your dream career.
Many people in their late 20s have had their share of financial stress and credit issues. This is an informative "guide" that'll help you begin repairing your credit score based on my own experiences and provide tips to those in their early 20s about maintaining and improving your credit and finances.
One of the biggest challenges for any company is the hiring process. Companies will go through and vet numerous resumes, host multiple rounds of interviews, and carefully select the right candidate to fill the position. The hiring process can easily take weeks or even months. For this reason, it is incredibly important for companies to retain their employees. In order to do this, they must assess the various reasons employees quit their jobs. Here are two major reasons employees quit their jobs and how to combat them.
Given the number of resumes that employer receive, potential employers often look for ways to screen potential employees before offering a face-to-face. Companies are turning to other methods of interviewing to find the best candidate for the role they are filling.
It’s no secret that women still face numerous obstacles in the workplace – juggling motherhood and career goals, working in male-dominated industries and spaces, and making ourselves heard. While there is an endless supply of business books written about how to succeed in a career, most of them are written by men and don’t address the challenges we might face. So here are 4 business books written by women for women that explore our unique obstacles and how to navigate them.
It’s important to live life. Making money allows for you to live it how you please. However, as the saying goes there is such thing as too much of a good thing. And when you spend past your limits, it makes way for a lot of bad things.