Women With These 20 Job Titles Are The Happiest At Work While many things impact your job satisfaction, these job titles are correlated with the highest job satisfaction levels among women.
The 3 Reasons Your Resume Isn’t Making The Cut Any savvy job-seeker knows that resumes are not the golden ticket to your next position. Hands down, the majority of jobs are obtained by way of networking. Nevertheless your resume does play a critical role in the selection process.
Education should be about more than job training The provincial government is rolling out a new curriculum for our schools. Teachers and many parents already know this; however, the government is now telling everyone through advertisements. In particular this weekend, I was watching a commercial with some bright young students working on a robotics project.
How to actually “use your network” to get through a job search You’re always told to “use your network” to find a job. But what exactly does that mean? Well, it means that wherever you’re getting tripped up, whether it’s starting out (you’re stuck in a dead-end job and don’t even know where to begin) […]
Yes, you can get a job outside of your college major To graduate on time, you probably needed to declare your major by your sophomore year. But by the time graduation rolls around, it wouldn’t be surprising if your career ambitions have shifted to something outside of your major. Perhaps an internship didn’t turn out […]
City embraces millennials’ work trends Imagine a career where you’re in charge of managing your own time, centred around what you know to be your most productive hours. You fill your work day according to what suits you best. You work for yourself, or you work with others, but you aren’t confined to the same […]
Vocational School Helping Students Build Careers WILLIAMSPORT — Tiny houses have become all the rage across the country and students at Williamsport Area High School are building one themselves.
Pre-Job Interview Small Talk Matters More Than You Think Those awkward moments when you chat about the weather or news with your interviewers before they start asking questions aren’t just them trying to be nice. Turns out the gift of gab might get you a gig. Researchers Brian Swider, Brad Harris, and Murray Barrick recorded […]
8 Painful Stories of Job Interviews Gone Terribly, Terribly Wrong You might’ve thought you bombed your last job interview, but after reading these, you’ll feel much better about freezing up when you were asked where you see yourself in five years. Karapan posed the question to AskReddit, “HR Recruiters of Reddit: Which is the worst […]
STEM Education Is Vital–but Not at the Expense of the Humanities Kentucky governor Matt Bevin wants students majoring in electrical engineering to receive state subsidies for their education but doesn’t want to support those who study subjects such as French literature. Bevin is not alone in trying to nudge higher education toward course work that […]