Posted on 8/12/2013 1:00 AM By Jim Hasse
In June 2012, Alice graduated with a degree from the Missouri School of Journalism, but she has not been able to get a job since then.
Born with cerebral palsy, she speaks very slowly and with much difficulty in person, on Skype and on her cell phone, but she ...
Posted on 7/8/2013 1:00 AM By Jim Hasse
Getting hired is largely based on supply and demand.
If, as a jobseeker, you have the skills and experience that are in short supply within the particular industry and job sector you’re targeting with your job marketing campaign, you’ll likely have a range of opportunity
Posted on 6/17/2013 1:00 AM By Jim Hasse
“Why do you want this job?” may sound like a lazy job interview question, but, as a hiring manager with 20 years of experience in staffing a Fortune 500 corporate communications department, I can tell you it’s hardly a softball topic.
Posted on 4/15/2013 1:00 AM By Jim Hasse
When physical labor ruled, disability mattered.
My grandfather was a hefty blacksmith, who pounded hot iron into horseshoes and ploughshares. My father was a dairy farmer, who milked cows and fed them twice a day, raised crops and...
Posted on 3/18/2013 1:00 AM By Jim Hasse
“Almost half of all working-age people with disabilities in America today are employed,” writes Elisabeth (Harney) Sanders-Park, president of WorkNet Solutions, Riverside, CA.
Posted on 2/11/2013 9:03 AM By Jim Hasse
Deciding when to disclose your disability to a prospective employer
depends on your type of disability, how you are positioning yourself for a
particular job, your type of personality and temperament, and the type of
employer you are targeting.
Posted on 1/7/2013 8:26 AM By Jim Hasse
Karen has a master's degree in
public administration. She works as a facilitator, recording secretary and
strategist on short-term projects for various municipal, county and state
government agencies in Wisconsin.
Posted on 12/6/2012 5:30 AM By Jim Hasse
How do you determine whether you're effectively communicating with key people (especially your prospective supervisor) during your second and third job interviews with prospective employers?
Posted on 11/4/2012 1:54 AM By Jim Hasse
First define what success means to you. Then you can more easily pinpoint your accomplishments and identify your key success factors.
That list of accomplishments and key success factors can give you a framework for developing an exceptional resume and the talking...
Posted on 9/20/2012 2:38 AM By Jim Hasse
As we prepare for Disability Employment Awareness Month
2012, we know that data released from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in August 2012 show that, while employment for most
of the U.S workforce is slowly recovering