Confidence vs. arrogance: Is it possible to be too self-assured at work? – Monster.com post

It’s fine line between the two. This is how to keep your ego in check without sacrificing your leadership skills. By: Laura J. Vogel, Monster Contributor The title of this post should say it all about this topic… Be careful, especially if you have long experience in your line of work. When it comes to […]

Is That Stretch Job Right for You? – Harvard Business Review post

By: Rebecca Zucker There are many reasons that you should apply for a position that stretches you. There are also a number of reasons why you should not. Read through this post to see where you may fall in the spectrum. During the course of our careers, there are job opportunities that arise — either […]

5 best hotel companies to work for in 2020, according to Fortune – Business Insider post

By: Melissa Wiley If your chosen employment path is in the hospitality industry – this report is for you! There are over 10,000 jobs available within these 5 hotel chains alone. All are in the The 100 Best Places to Work study by Fortune Magazine. You can find a quick-click to the entire list in […]

Banking Giant HSBC To Cut 35,000 Jobs Amid Restructuring – npr post

By: JORDAN PASCALE The Hong Kong/Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC), now based in Great Britain, is going through some tough times. If you are looking for work in the banking sector, you may want to avoid HSBC. If you are currently an HSBC employee that will be impacted by this mass layoff, please let us know […]

What The Holland Code Means When You’re Seeking Career Clarity – Forbes post

By: Rachel Montanez Contributor We all have distinct gifts and personalities. Some of our traits would not be accepted or appreciated by customers or coworkers, while others may provide entree into career paths we never thought of. The Holland Code was invented and codified by John Holland, an American Psychologist during the 1950s to the […]

How to demonstrate 3 important soft skills during an interview – Fast Company post

BY STEPHANIE VOZZA In today’s world, you not only need to be technically competent, you also need to be able to get along with a diverse set of co-workers. In other words, collaborate and communicate well. You need to be a bridge-builder as it were. Employers are also looking for creativity as well. While these […]

A.I. Might Be the Reason You Didn’t Get the Job – FORTUNE post

By: Danielle Abril One of the most-asked questions of job-search coaches is, “why didn’t I get a response to my submission?” There isn’t a “kind” answer to that question, but here is the truth. If you were in the shoes of the recruiters in the US today, you’d do the same thing – because you’d […]

Jobless claims edge up 2,000 to 205,000, but there’s still no sign of widespread layoffs – MarketWatch post

The U.S. labor market shows few signs of weakness By: Jeffry Bartash The post-recession boom has been going for 10.5 years now, and at the moment, shows no sign of letting up. Even though new claims for unemployment compensation went up by about 2,000 people, this is still a microscopic figure in comparison to the […]

The best career resolutions for people 50+ – Monster.com post

Don’t rest on your laurels this year. Here’s how to grow your career even when you’ve already got years of experience. By: Catherine Conlan, Monster Contributor One of the things we at eCareerCoaching.com stress is to be very introspective while you are preparing for your job search. This is especially true as we start to […]

The Best Places to Work in Chicago – builtinChicago.org post

There is always the discussion on where is the best place to work in some particular city. As do most large cities, Chicago has an organization (other than the Chamber of Commerce) that researches and publishes this list on an annual basis. https://www.builtinchicago.org/companies/best-places-to-work-chicago-2020?utm_source=Built%20in%20Chicago%20Weekly%20Newsletter&utm_campaign=e03de670be-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_CHI_BPTW&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ac97ef5dee-e03de670be-68151633

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