Welcome back, everyone! The last time we met to discuss our first three common resume misconceptions. We talked about personal pronouns, action verbs, and job-specific skills. Keywords were a bonus! Now let’s continue our discussion.Continue reading “5 Common Resume Misconceptions (Part 2)”
Accessible PowerPoint Tips
Technology has dramatically expanded our access to knowledge. There are so many ways to share information with the public in mass. Microsoft PowerPoint is just one of the mediums available to distribute content to a broad audience. Everyone shares the responsibility of making this information accessible to as many people as possible. PowerPoint has many built-in and adaptive features that will help you to make your content appropriate for a broader audience.Continue reading “Accessible PowerPoint Tips”
Have you noticed a difference when shopping at the grocery store or in general? If not, you are spending more money than usual due to inflation. A small amount of inflation is good because it can cause us to save and possibly invest; however, inflation can also cause frustration if our wages do not grow.Continue reading “Beat Inflation”
Is education the key to success?
Have you heard the phrase, “getting an education is the key to success”? And have you ever tried to decipher what this means? When I hear the word “education,” the first thing that comes to mind is someone who chooses to go to college and pursue a degree. However, getting an education can also include going through a certification program and following a tradesman’s path. Today’s norm is to attend college, but have you considered taking an alternative path? If so, it is essential to weigh the pros and cons of every educational path you are considering and use labor market information to influence your decision.Continue reading “Is education the key to success?”