Posted on 8/30/2012 7:13 AM By Jim Hasse
Telecommuting, work-at-home options, evening and weekend work and a combination of work and personal time are not isolated work patterns anymore. Instead, these developments are part of a sweeping transformation of how we work in the 21st Century.
Posted on 7/24/2012 4:14 AM By Jim Hasse
Last spring, Josh had just graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in English literature. Deaf since birth, he had visions of following in his mother’s footsteps. She was a high school English teacher.
Posted on 6/26/2012 9:46 AM By Jim Hasse
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.
Posted on 5/23/2012 2:01 AM By Jim Hasse
In 1970, the University of
California Berkley campus launched what was to become its Disabled
Posted on 4/23/2012 3:05 PM By Jim Hasse
You may share my interests in
American literature, religious studies or art history, but I doubt, as fields
of study, they'll prepare you for the future job market, unless you plan to
become of a part of academia.
Posted on 3/28/2012 10:31 AM By Jim Hasse
You are about to make the transition from school to work. At this point, finding a job that is appropriate for your skills and temperament and that provides you with an opportunity to grow in your career is a huge step.
Posted on 2/27/2012 8:32 AM By Jim Hasse
As a jobseeker with a disability,
how do you position yourself with the employers you are targeting in your job
marketing campaign? You may find some interesting ideas in the results of a
Posted on 1/30/2012 1:37 AM By Jim Hasse
Internships can be your key to getting you first “real” job after college. Here are some tips for making the most of your first internship while you’re still in school.