I've been out of work for a long time. I am at the point where I am considering changing careers, or taking a job that pays much less and is not directly related to my current field. What should I do?
Updated: October 04, 2010, - 10:03 AM
Temporary/contract-for-hire jobs are a great way to show a company you are the right person for a full-time job. It's also a good way for employees to get experience and a feel for a company before deciding if they should work full-time.
Updated: September 27, 2010, - 11:04 AM
Meeting with a professional in your field - or one who works for a company you want to learn more about - can be a great way to get further insight into one's job or company culture.
Updated: September 20, 2010, - 09:42 AM
Finding a headhunter can be another resource to explore in the job search. Understanding how a headhunter works is the first step to finding one that can help you.
Updated: September 13, 2010, - 02:00 PM
One job seeker was offered a job right before they landed an interview another job they coveted more. What does one do in this situation?
Updated: September 07, 2010, - 10:44 AM
Today's worker is busier than ever and it can affect your work and personal life. When things get overwhelming, consider these tips to help find balance.
Updated: August 30, 2010, - 09:05 AM
Many Twin Cities professionals are heading back to school while still working full-time and managing a family. It can be overwhelming without a proper work/life balance.
Updated: August 23, 2010, - 11:22 AM
In many cases, there isn't one specific answer the recruiter is looking for. What they are looking for is how you respond to unique questions - and possibly to hear your response as a way to find out more about your career goals and personality.
Updated: August 16, 2010, - 03:12 PM
Many job seekers are tempted to e-mail hiring managers and ask about salary before applying for the job. Don't do it.
Updated: August 09, 2010, - 11:36 AM