Latest Posts in Employment

  • How Not to Blow Your Job Interview

    Job interviews can be a source of anxiety for applicants, and understandably so. In a competitive job market, applicants don’t want to misstep or make a mistake in the interview that could cost them a potential job. But according to a survey released recently by CareerBuilder, at times interviewers have […]

  • Bachelor’s Degrees Helped Fight Recession –

    During times of economic uncertainty, it’s in a person’s best interest to be armed with as many weapons as possible. One of those weapons could be a bachelor’s degree – whether it’s from Argosy University, Columbia College, Everest University, Penn Foster, Ashworth College, Saint Leo University – or anywhere else! […]

  • Practical Advice for the Aspiring Marketer

    Familiar with the slogan ‘What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas?’ Well, so is Rachelle Maisner. In her job as an interactive producer, she worked closely with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to develop its digital marketing strategies, which included the famous Vegas campaign. Maisner is now a […]

  • Business Degree Helped His Comedy Career –

    Dan Nainan still remembers the advice Jerry Seinfeld gave to him early in his career: keep the comedy clean and you’ll work anywhere. Turns out Jerry was right. In his eight years of doing standup comedy, Nainan, 31, has performed for audiences all over the world, including President Barack Obama. […]

  • Career Advancement Through Online Classes –

    In today’s competitive job market, it’s advantageous for workers to stay one step ahead. Whether by acquiring new workplace skills or furthering their education, Americans are aware that growth of their knowledge and capabilities is imperative to have longevity in their careers. Eighty-nine percent of working Americans believe there is […]

  • Sales Experience Valued in Business Careers –

    At age 24, Brendon Marks is already blazing his trail in the financial world. Marks graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics with an emphasis in financial applications and works as a wholesaler for a boutique mutual fund manager. In his position, he’s involved with sales and business development, as […]

  • Expected Increase in Hiring, 2013 Salaries –

    Employment projections for 2013 are expected to increase slightly from last year, though competition among jobs requiring skilled labor and those that pay more is expected to increase as well. According to a CareerBuilder survey conducted by Harris Interactive, 26% of hiring managers plan to add full-time permanent employees this […]

  • What Are the Top Challenges for New Hires?

    Most people begin a new job with a mixture of excitement and anxiety. New employees want to make sure they do a good job and mesh well with their coworkers. According to a recent survey by Accountemps, learning new processes and procedures tops the list as the biggest challenge when […]

  • Online Business Degree Led to Success –

    Meet Megan Pittsley-Fox. She’s a 30-year-old Bay Area resident who’s currently living her dream as an entrepreneur. Not only is she a resume writer and career coach in her own private practice WorkLife Careers, as well as at a remote outplacement agency, she does recruiting part-time at a Silicon Valley […]

  • Top Online Trends for 2013 Businesses –

    As the year winds down, new graduates, job seekers, and business professionals alike are all interested in emerging online business trends. Being aware of such trends will allow for business students to take courses which will make them more marketable to the workforce after graduation, while business owners can drive […]