Lessons from a Mid-Career Job Search
By Janine Sheehan on
Looking for a new job in the middle of your career is a special kind of ego-testing endeavor. I’m quite familiar. I just went through it.
Raise Your Hand If You Have an Interview Coming Up (Literally)
In keeping with my last two posts, Getting into the Interview Mindset and Staying Positive During a Job Search, I’d like to offer another jobseeker tool—power posing.
3 Things to Consider if You’re Having Trouble Hiring
By Mary Truslow on
Hiring is hard. Even in the best-case scenario, hiring a new employee puts a strain on time, financial resources and, in many cases, already-taxed staff. However, if filling open jobs seems particularly challenging for your company, it may …
In an Interview, Poise and Polish Win Every Time
We live in a time where casual is ubiquitous. Business casual attire, casual dining, meeting for a casual drink. On an airplane, everyone is in sweats. I go to Star Market with no makeup on. (And pray I don’t see anyone I know.) There is no…
Staying Positive During a Job Search
As a creative recruiter, I speak with jobseekers all day long. Recent graduates to the most senior-level executives. And while finding a new job can be exhilarating, the road to a new role can be bumpy to say the least.
How to Rock Your Next Freelance Gig (Literally)
When you’re a creative person, you want to be creative. And it’s not always easy when you’re freelancing. While there are tons of benefits to gigging—varied industry experience, flexibility, fresh challenges, staying sharp—it can be frustra…