When Choosing An Employer, Culture Matters
When determining whether an employer is the right fit for you, it is important to find out about its culture. Companies are as different as the people who work there and run the business. For better and worse, culture and leadership are inextricably linked. Founders and influential leaders often set the initial culture of their organizations. Over time an organization’s leaders can also shape culture…
I am a seasoned professional. I just received my Master’s. I quit my job in December because my boss was a jerk and treated me like a dog, yet used me to do my work and hers. I have filled out 80-90 job applications, had only 4 interviews and just got a job offer for $30,000. Yes, you read correctly-$30,000. My education cost well over $100,000. Is this all I’m worth. I have cried rivers trying to figure this one out.
I'm sick of applying for jobs and getting rejection after rejection after rejection. I graduated college back in August 2018. I had my ceremony in December 2018. I applied for so many jobs and internships and even landed some interviews and did not land a single one. It is frustrating. The worst part is, I also applied to some graduate schools (because I thought it might be my experience), but the majority of them rejected me as well. Only 2 grad…
So I went in to take a basic skills assessment on Wednesday and they said I PASSED and to wait for a call to schedule an interview but still nothing? How long should I wait? And Today went in for an Interview for another job and it was really short 8 minutes is that bad?? How long until I know whether I got hired or not?
First time for everything for me so PLEASE NO Rude comments thanks.
Was on the phone with a job recruiter 2 days ago and he went through the normal questions and routine of a phone interview and had asked me when I graduated college. I told him 1999 and he told me I was from the
Anyone else ever get these kind of remarks? Any feedback or advice would greatly be appreciated.
The most professional joy I have experienced in my career has been in the classroom. I love to teach and train. I have the heart of a teacher, and the experience to apply to my subject material. I find it easy to make the connection to students of all ages, and I love to see the
ah ha moment when the light bulb comes on and maybe, just maybe, I have changed a life forever.
I was pondering a decision making process if to re enter back into my field of Controls Engineer with an MBA or if I should take a different approach of career path?
Hi Jobcasers, I was wondering if you could give me some advice. I'm heading into my last year of college and am going to start looking for a job soon. I'm a math major so I tend to think analytically and like working with numbers, but I also enjoy socializing and being able to interact with others throughout the day. Does anyone have advice for jobs I should think about applying to? I haven't really narrowed anything down so any comments would be…
I been a stay at home mom for over twenty years. I have 7 kids. Almost 3 years ago my husband left and it kinda hit me really hard. I really thank God for being my rock. I went back to college at 47 and got my associates degree and now I’m working on my BA degree in accounting and financial management, which i will get December 2020. Last week I was offer a full time job in the banking field!! I am really thankful to God! It’s been a long road…
I was nominate President of Skills USA-VICA for the 2001-2002 school year, and I place 10th in two events at the FBLA National Competition in 2002.