Should I Stay or Should I Go? Deciding Whether or Not to Move On

Given recent trends, the average worker will likely hold more than 10 jobs over the course of their career. Some statistics would even suggest an average of three or more complete career changes over the same period. The reasons for switching jobs varies by individual and individual circumstances, but one thing seems certain. At some point, maybe even at this very point, you'll find yourself wondering if it's time to move on to a new job. If you've been wondering if it's time to move on to new opportunities, this article will help you decide if it's time to stay or go. More...




Keeping Your Resume Current

You never know when an opportunity might require you to submit your resume, and it’s best to be prepared for any scenario. Whether you are laid off or pursuing new opportunities, your resume should reflect your current status. Part of putting your best information out there for recruiters and hiring managers is keeping things up to date. Regularly updating your information reduces the risk of presenting inaccuracies that can result from waiting too long to record critical dates and employment scenarios. More...




Have No Career Fear: A College Grad's Guide to Snagging a Job, Trekking the Career Path, and Reaching Job Nirvana

College graduates face a competitive job market and any words of wisdom to help them function at full capacity in the outside world is welcome. Have No Career Fear touches on all aspects of succeeding professionally and will arm those who are on the brink of graduating with practical advice and guidelines for following your dreams. The best thing is you don’t have to be a college graduate to learn and maximize your earning potential by reading this straightforward, engaging book. More...



Question: I like to make my cube more comfortable with little things like pictures of my family and a nice plant. One of my coworkers took me aside the other day and told me that my desk looked unprofessional and reflected badly on the entire department. I'm still so mad that I have steam coming out of my ears about it. Can you give me some evidence so I can prove to the nosy witch that she's full of it?

Answer: Evidence huh? Workplace fights like that aren't good for anybody. We're going to stay out of it and would suggest that you do your best to stay out of it as well. Just keep telling yourself that you're the bigger person. We would recommend going to your supervisor to seek out some aid in resolving the conflict before it gets any worse. You could also ask your supervisor for his or her opinion about your workspace. More...



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Temps of the Month

Congratulations to Those Who Made it this Month!  More...