Positioning Yourself Well for Your First Job Search

Mix Pragmatism with Planning If you find yourself with a college degree, but you still don’t know what you want to do with your life, that’s okay. A lot of us have faced this very dilemma. As a new grad, you need a job, but it’s likely you are still in the...

Is this really considered good advice?

Yesterday I saw a “career expert” with a book to sell on a national morning show talking about how to ask for a raise. She had four points. The first should be considered malpractice by anyone in the careers industry. She suggested telling your current employer that...

How to Love Networking

Can You Really Love Networking? Three professors from top ranking business schools including Harvard Business School wrote an article in May on the Harvard Business Review blog stating that we can learn to love networking because it is important to career advancement....

One Way to Save Thousands on College Tuition

No Direction Equals Prolonged Undergraduate Education According to a Time magazine article entitled, “The Myth of the Four Year College Degree” in January 2013, fewer than 40% of students graduate in four years and nearly 60% graduate in six years. For students and...