From time to time, everyone should sit back and take stock of his or her career. Maybe you’re not yet a CEO (and maybe you don’t want to be), but you probably have dreams, hopes, and plans. Evaluating your career performance can take you one step closer to achieving your goals.Continue reading »
Getting into an argument with your boss is risky enough. What about your co-workers? You can do almost as much damage to your career by fighting with your colleagues as you would by yelling at your boss. But some disagreements are unavoidable.Continue reading »
You may be the best fit for the open position you are applying for, but if your resume is not effective you will not have a shot! We all know it is common knowledge that you need a good resume to get the job you want, but do you really know how to present yourself in the best way? Do you have different versions of your resume? Did you read it and try to put yourself in an employer’s shoes?Continue reading »
As a young person graduating from high school, there are an infinite amount of career path opportunities. Continuing your education at a trade school or a light industrial college program may not have been an option mentioned to you during your high school career. As the need for talented and skilled professionals in the blue-collar industry grows, companies are looking for new graduates to help fill these positions. By learning about the various types of opportunities available in this industry, students may be surprised by the immense amount of prosperous jobs that are available in the blue-collar market.