Posts Tagged 'industry'

Oil and Gas

Velta WorleyOr is it Vinegar?
So today I was thinking about everyone who is looking for a job. I know so many individuals who were employed in the Oil & Gas Industry who are now unemployed after decades of working hard. Some have degrees and certifications, some managed to work their way up from the bottom and be an integral part of an organization. Many have identities attached to what they have done and what they’d like to continue doing. How does anyone move forward from unemployment to the next job, when all you know is maybe one thing, one job, or one industry? Continue reading ‘Oil and Gas’

The Gift of Grants

DiegoNobody can have too many skills. Building or updating your skill-sets may be exactly what’s needed to make you more attractive to employers. Continue reading ‘The Gift of Grants’

Say Goodbye to the One Hit Wonder

Photo 57 (2)You expect a lot from your resume. This small, relatively simple document carries a lot of weight.

If you’re lucky, your resume will make an employer curious about your potential. If you’re lucky, the employer won’t be able to resist the urge to meet you. He or she will want to “experience” first-hand the professional represented on this simple, magical document. Continue reading ‘Say Goodbye to the One Hit Wonder’


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