I hope you enjoy my take on some of the major market topics, especially the first one where I break down the noise in the market versus actual trends!
Resigning. It’s painful. Even when you don’t like your employer. It’s gut-wrenching when you do. Most people should pay more attention to the way they go about it. There are so many ways to muck up quitting your job. Let's get you the full instruction on how to quit AND resign with some class.
Have you ever been in a job interview where you needed to balance that queasy feeling in your stomach? I’m not speaking about the one from your nerves. I mean the sudden dizziness induced by your excessive eyebrow raising as you continually thought that question was odd. Oftentimes, job candidates overlook an
As young adults about to enter the day-in-and-day-out lifestyle, you’ll quickly discover there are basically three types of people in this world: those that don't, those that do, and those that do effectively. You’ll need to be part of the latter group to succeed at your very first professional job search. The
Social media is fun! You can stay connected with your friends, laugh at the funniest videos, post the most outrageous pictures, find a job, locate a restaurant, and reconnect with old friends. The list is endless! Another thing that’s endless—is its memory. Unfortunately for you, the Internet and its social playmates have
I’ve written before—several times—regarding bosses and their relationships with their subordinates. If you’ve seen those articles, you’re familiar with one of my “favorite” statistics related to that relationship. This particular statistic comes from feedback from more than 11,000 candidates my company milewalk has interviewed: four out of five employees have cited their
Do you remember the days when employees stayed at a company so long they started naming their children after each other? They had dinner at each other’s houses. This is back when they had lunchtime drafts and I’m not talking about the ones that land you in the military. They collected the
At milewalk, over the last few years, we have interacted more with recent college graduates and young professionals than in our previous years. It’s a sign that the employment market is gaining strides and top talent is difficult to find no matter how senior or junior your positions might be. I thought