“I’ve been sending out resumes but not getting any feedback. I’m wondering if I should also send a follow-up letter and what needs to be [...]
February 29, 2012
The ever changing art world can be intimidating to the up and coming artist. When I first started as an artist, my goals were few.
February 23, 2012
An obvious response on my side of the equation is “why would a potential employer want to interview you?” Think about it for a second, what [...]
February 20, 2012
As a result, I began to wonder what other inappropriate things are stated to bosses (or fellow employees within earshot of their boss) without [...]
February 17, 2012
What is an index card cache? It’s a collection of cards upon which you regularly record accomplishments in your work and private life. Any time [...]
February 15, 2012
For an individual with a career barrier, finding, securing, and retaining employment could mean the difference between recidivism and freedom.
February 13, 2012
Consistency in all areas of your resume is vital, including spelling, capitalization, punctuation, spacing, and font, because you don’t want to [...]
February 10, 2012
Career tip #2: The key is identifying organizations to build relationships with potential clients that will also create referrals.
February 9, 2012
Dr. Kathryn Broyles, Ph.D., Program Director of General Studies at American Public University/American Military University, details how mentoring [...]
February 6, 2012
As an employer, I actively search and promote dedicated and innovative employees, especially those going beyond normal operating standards
February 3, 2012