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4 Simple Ways for Women to Fight Against Workplace Discrimination

Although the number of women in the workforce is similar to the number of men, discrimination is still widespread in many workplaces. Women face many types of discrimination, from getting paid less and promoted less to getting worse shifts. If you feel that you have been...
Posted On 25 May 2017

Get Your Start in Healthcare: Medical Career Ideas for Informed Women

An industry that’s always growing and expanding is the medical field. People from birth to old age will always need a doctor for their ailments. Becoming a traditional doctor, however, takes considerable time and effort in college. This career can take eight years or more...
Posted On 14 Mar 2017

Job Hunting in the Information Age: How to Optimize Your Social Media Footprint

Emailing resumes is easy, but isn’t any more effective than snail mail. Probably less so, given the hundreds of responses that postings for good job openings can get. Hiring managers these days want to look beyond your resume, to get a better feel for who you are (provided...
Posted On 30 Dec 2016

How to Consider Your Own EI (Emotional Intelligence)

EI or Emotional Intelligence is more important than ever. HR and hiring managers are actively looking into employee EI when hiring or choosing the right person for a promotion. In fact, recent studies by the University of Maryland and its master in business administration program...
Posted On 05 Dec 2016

5 Ways To Make Sure You Land Your Dream Job

Some people luck into their dream jobs. For most, though, it requires years of effort. When an opportunity finally presents itself, follow these five tips to make sure that you land your dream job. Meet More People Who Work in Your Industry Dream jobs rarely get advertised in the...
Posted On 22 Nov 2016

What to Do When Attention Deficit Disorder Interferes with Your Job

One of the most disconcerting ‘diagnoses’ an adult can be given is to suddenly be told that you are suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder, commonly simply referred to as ADD. You were never told as a child you had this disorder, although you did have problems concentrating in...
Posted On 01 Nov 2016

How to Score a Promotion at Work

Promotions are not a given. No matter how brilliant you are at your job, you are not guaranteed a promotion. If your face doesn’t fit or it’s a family business and everyone else belongs to the family, you may never be promoted, ever. However, unless you spend your days grafting...
Posted On 24 Oct 2016

Working Towards a Job in Homeland Security

If you want to have a career that will allow you to work towards protecting others each and every day, and if you want to have a job that will be exciting and fulfilling while also paying you well and giving you great benefits, you should consider getting a job in homeland...
Posted On 19 Oct 2016

Benefit Yourself and Your Community With a Career in Social Work

A career in social work is challenging and rewarding. It offers the unique opportunity to help those members of society who need help the most. That said, social work isn’t a career for just anyone. It takes the right kind of person to thrive in this demanding and fulfilling...
Posted On 02 Aug 2016

5 Reasons to Pursue a Career in Health Administration

If you’re looking for a fulfilling and well-paying career that’ll give you the chance to make a real difference in peoples’ lives, a Master’s in Health Administration might be the right degree for you. Health administration is a rapidly growing field that will offer many...
Posted On 29 Jul 2016

Starting a New Career After Leaving the Military

Once you leave the military, you will need to get used to life as a civilian again, and you will need to figure out what career path you will take to earn your living and contribute to society. This can be difficult if all that you really know is how to work in the military, but...
Posted On 26 Jul 2016

Just Graduated? 5 Ways to Get Your Name (And Resume) Out There Fast

Graduating with a shiny, new degree is one of the most satisfying feelings. It represents your academic achievements in a physical way. The problem is that graduating isn’t enough to land you a comfortable job. Statistics show that recent graduates of college have a 7.2...
Posted On 22 Jul 2016