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Drawing Your Own Destiny: How to Design a Job You Love

Job: Artist specializing in live graphic facilitation Salary Range: The average salary of Deloitte consultants with four to six years of experience is $87,000. Worker: Zara Stasi Age: 27 Education: Bachelor's degrees in studio art and history Company: Deloitte
 
Zara Stasi graduated from college and quickly accepted a job offer doing consulting, despite her passion for and degree in art. ...




How to talk about mental health issues at work

Want to destigmatize mental health issues at work? Here's what leaders and employees can do to help.
 
 
But how might upper management tackle this topic of mental health to begin with? First it must recognize that mental illness is a part of “normal” life, paradoxical as that may sound. ...




Have Nerdy Dreams of S.T.A.R. Labs? How to Get a Job with a Prominent Lab After College

In The Flash TV show and in the comics, Barry Allen is struck with lightning and treated at S.T.A.R. Labs (Scientific and Technological Advanced Research Laboratories), which is a prestigious institution within the DC comic series’ universe. He then ends up working alongside Harrison Wells who is the founder of the organization. ...




Is a 4-Year College Not for You? Look into These Financially-Secure Career Paths

Because collegiate education is often paraded as the next step after high school, many people assume that if they’re unable to afford a degree, they can’t go. Furthermore, there are many people who choose not to go for other reasons outside of money. ...




How To Ensure Success After Graduation

Spring Break seems a distant memory, the schedule for final exams is looming, commencement is on the horizon and your mind keeps wandering to the future.
Whether you’ve landed that first big gig, you’re still searching or you’re weighing your options, there are some career growth activities you should be engaging in to make sure you’re ready for all the excitement waiting for you on the horizon. ...




Spreading Your Wings: How to Start Your Aviation Career off Right

Being a pilot may have always been your dream. Having the ability to fly through the sky is something that is often glamorized and romanticized. You may not realize how much effort it can take to make your dreams come true. Here are some steps that you can take to get your aviation career off to the right start. ...




Am I Under-Qualified or Unqualified for a Job?

I’m willing to bet that at some point in your life, you passed on applying for a job because you didn’t think you were an exact match. I also have a feeling that you’ve thrown your hat in the ring for a role that you thought you’d be able to learn on the clock, even though the qualifications were way above where you were in your career. ...




5 tips for a successful Skype interview

Hiring the wrong person can cost a business thousands of dollars. More than ever, companies are attempting to minimize recruiting costs by using Skype as a screening tool. Here are five tips to help you nail the Skype interview.
 
Your Skype alias Before a hiring manager jumps on a Skype call with you, the first thing he will notice is your Skype name. ...




7 Resume Tips for Your First Job Search

Land your dream job.
Recent grads are as crucial to the workforce as their more seasoned counterparts because they bring an element of innovation to the cubicle. But with little experience to show for it, it can be tough to craft a resume that stands out from the abyss that is the slush pile. ...




Dangerous Jobs: 4 Things You Never Realized About the Trucking Industry

Every consumable good in the US has been transported at some point. Most of the goods that you purchase were transported to the store via a truck. Here are some of the things that you may have never realized about the trucking industry.
 
80% of Goods Go by Truck
 
The economy in the US is highly dependent on the trucking industry. ...