The longer you are out of work, the more costly it is. Here are some things you may — or may not — have considered as the “cost of unemployment.” Have you ever stopped to consider the cost of being unemployed? Lost wages. Loss of income is the most obvious cost of unemployment. Unemployment benefitsContinue reading “UNCOVERING THE REAL COST OF UNEMPLOYMENT”
Interviewing is the act of performing and articulating precise details during the interview process that set you apart and land you the job! The secret to a successful interview begins with just three easy steps: 1) Comprehensively researching the company before the interview; 2) Preparing for the interview by taking part in one or moreContinue reading “Three Secrets to Having an Excellent Online Interview”
One out of every eight employers utilizes temporary or contract employees. Around 17 million to 41 million people work as consultants, freelancers, contract workers, temporary employees, seasonal or on-call workers, and interns. About 15 million of those are “full-time independents,” working more than 15 hours a week. Almost half of U.S. adults — 47.8 percentContinue reading “How to Find Contract Jobs During the Pandemic”
In order to stand out in a virtual interview try thinking both inside and outside of the standard interview norms for an in-person interview. A positive job interview can be characterized as performing and articulating your specific talents during the interview process that sets you apart and lands you the job! The secret to aContinue reading “How to Prepare for A Positive Virtual Job Interview”
Through no fault of your own, you find yourself suddenly out of a job during the Pandemic. Now what?