A few Philly restaurants are hiking their minimum wage to $15/hour, even though the rest of the city and state are not. Some folks say it's the difference between a job and career. What do you think the minimum wage should be?
Jobseekers often worry that they
I've chatted with a lot of people who have worked at Target, Home Goods, and similar companies about their work experience. Most of them expressed their love for working in retail! They enjoy the intimate customer interaction, flexible scheduling options, and the ability to develop career-boosting transferable skills.
What are your thoughts? Do you enjoy working in #retail?
As we know and have learned, connections are VERY important to your career and/or job search.
According to CNBC, 80% of jobs are filled through personal and professional connections. With 35% of those surveyed revealing that a casual conversation has led to a new opportunity.
Read more about the importance of staying connected.
However, COVID and socially distancing has made building/maintaining connections a bit tough.
Check out these 3 things in this video that you can do to maintain your connections!
Hi I am looking to work from home as I am also my son's learning coach this year. It would be more beneficial for me to be at home and be able to make money as well.