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Written by: Micah NorrisGuest Contributor<firstname.lastname@example.org> The average man who works full-time brings in $61,417 per year, but the average full-time female worker only brings in $50,982. In addition to battling the wage gap, approximately 1 out of every 4 women experience some form of workplace harassment - and many of these incidents are never reported. … Continue reading What Should You Do When You’re Being Harassed at Work?
This post talks about the 4 Myths of Career Transition, especially in adults aged 40 and over, and with the title of director and above.
Today's guest post was submitted by Micah Norris of King ROM, a video game HQ. Micah's point today is that, in light of the Great Resignation and other economic issues, companies need to start having recruitment processes in place. All-encompassing recruitment marketing approaches if you will. Not just a single-position recruitment process.
This article talks about how to find the source information for stories you need to be able to tell quickly during interviews.
In this series, we look at thing you should do in order to get ready for your next job search. We don't advocate writing your resume first!
Content is still king in this world. You need to know how to present your abilities in their absolute best light, and in their strongest form. It's not just what you say, but how you say it that counts.
There are advantages and disadvantages of the 3 major ways to write and edit your own resume. The first one is, it's hard to edit your own writing. The second one is, your SO may not know the terminology of your field. The third one is, a career coach represents an investment.
Simply rewriting your resume is not what you need to be successful in today's job market. You need an holistic set of messages, tools, and guidance to be really successful.
You need an effective personal brand.
So the question "do you know you?" smacks of "nu-age pop-psych garbage" spoken by a latent hippie, possibly one left over from the '60's. It's not that at all. The question stems from the science of getting to know your likes and dislikes. This will help to better find something that suits you, generically. Since … Continue reading Do You Know You? [Career Coach]