Job seekers today place much more importance on job satisfaction and meaning than previous generations. But in reality, few people have 'a calling' in life. For many people, it's difficult to identify a job or vocation that feels right for them. How do you know if a job is right for you? These six steps can help get you on the right path.
Why is the employment rate for students with disabilities lagging so far behind that of students without? While there is no quick fix to this dilemma, there are institutionalized obstacles that should be addressed within college and university career centers, disability services and employer relations. Here are some practical changes that could potentially have a real impact on employment rates for students with disabilities.
We were delighted to have TaKeisha Bobbitt, Managing Director, at the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), who presented on the topic: Where to Begin the Job Search
Whether you’re looking for a new career or just starting out in one, it’s always a good idea to keep an up-to-date inventory of your job skills. People have a tendency to get so caught up in their day-to-day responsibilities
It doesn't matter whether your resume is scanned by a machine or a
real person during the initial phases of a recruitment process. In either case,
the most important part of your resume is your opening statement.