A Guide to Finding Your Career Sweet Spot

It is a common commencement joke to congratulate graduates on their transition from student to unemployed. Education is something greater than trumped up vocational training. It teaches you how to do things and lets you explore your passions. These are the things that...

How to Learn and Avoid the Skills Gap

Recent graduates are facing steep competition in the job market, many of whom are resorting to lower paying jobs while drowning in student loan debt and falling into the skills gap. Welcome to world of underemployment, where highly skilled individuals are working low...

The Job Search: Why Corporate Culture Matters

According to the Harvard Business Review, there are six elements to winning corporate cultures: vision, values, practices, people, narrative and place. Each of these are great, but they don’t all need to be present to make a company’s culture amazing. In fact, great...

Trading Up for a Nontraditional Career

There are some great reasons for women to enter non-traditional fields and challenge the status quo. With many skilled tradespeople retiring faster than new workers are being trained to replace them, fields like HVAC, welding, and electrical maintenance need qualified...

2016’s Best & Worst Entry-Level Jobs

With graduation season nearly upon us, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2016’s Best & Worst Entry-Level Jobs Taking stock of the first-timer employment landscape, WalletHub’s analysts compared 109 different types of entry-level...