Designer Paula Kennedy Offers Advice for Career Changers

According to a recent study by CareerBuilder and research firm Harris Interactive, 21% of full-time employees want to change their jobs. After 11 years at the same corporation, Paula Kennedy was ready for a career change, too. She decided to pursue her passion for design: She enrolled in courses at the Art Institute of Seattle, went on Read More …

Tips for Recent Graduates Entering the Workforce

Entering the workforce can be extremely intimidating. Will you like your job? Will you fit in? Will you make a big mistake? What if you don’t find a job? These are all questions that may be running through your head as you finish your last semester of college and prepare to enter the “real world”. Read More …

PathSource Helps Young Adults Make Smart Career Choices

Many young adults have trouble determining which career path suites their interests, personality, values, and skills. PathSource sets out to change the way students and recent graduates make education and career choices. PathSource CEO Aaron Michel answered some questions about PathSource and how it can help users achieve career success. 1. Many students and recent Read More …

7 Big Resume Mistakes Students Make

Creating a resume is hard enough for experienced professionals, but it’s particularly difficult for students with  little work or job search experience. Often, students just put everything down on paper without proper editing and formatting. But being careless with your resume can be detrimental, even for entry-level jobs and internships. Read on for seven common Read More …

Five Difficult Workplace Types–and How to Get Them to Cooperate

  One Way Stock via Compfight  By Judith Orloff MD The workplace is filled with difficult personalities–bullies, know-it-alls, rumor mongers… Our fallback reaction when faced with problem people at work is to either assert ourselves or walk swiftly in the other direction. But there’s a middle ground, a way of communicating that’s more effective, because Read More …