October 12, 2010

4 Tips for Making the Transition from Stay-at-Home Parent to Full Time Employee

Whether it’s because of the economy or just because you are looking for new challenges, reentering the work force after several months or years at home with your children can present a lot of challenges. How do you appeal to employers who want candidates with up-to-date skills and fresh experience? Can you compete with other […]

September 29, 2010

Non-Profits Can Be Profitable … For You!

There is a joke about working for non-profits that the jobs are low paying, almost to the point about being non-profitable. Very funny, right? Wrong! This myth about non-profits actually does the field more harm than good. It dissuades talented people like yourself from considering a career in non-profit work out of fear that your […]

September 17, 2010

Top 20 Highest Paying Jobs in America

If you are looking for a higher paycheck, CNBC had a great story recently about the highest paying jobs in America. As you may know, we have an entire section on six-figure jobs, from medical to legal to business to aviation…and more! According to the CNBC piece, health care jobs dominated their list of the […]

September 13, 2010

Work in the Farming Industry

From last year’s raid on an Iowa slaughter house to last month’s salmonella egg scandal, there is no doubt that America’s food sources are often the subject of some not very good news. But, farming in the U.S. is also the source of much good news. For example, did you know that the U.S. is […]

August 23, 2010

Careers and 20-Somethings: Are the two mutually exclusive?

The New York Times Magazine featured a really interesting article this past weekend about careers and 20-somethings. The gist is this: The decade of your 20s was once seen as the beginning of adulthood — job, marriage and all the things that came with being a grown up. However, today’s 20-somethings, according to the article, […]

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