January has always been a time for making resolutions for the New Year. It’s a time to think about the changes one would make in their life and then resolve to follow through on those changes.
Most people would like to break undesirable habits that might harm or disappoint them and strive to live a more successful and fulfilling life. One way to achieve this goal is to make a non-selfish 2015 new year’s resolution; help others and give back to society.
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Job Searching Lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
January 20th is a federal holiday when we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the impact he has had on society today. As we honor this occasion, I thought I would share a couple of his philosophies that could increase a job seeker’s chances of success in the current market.
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Occasionally, someone will ask me how to deal with the “down time” of job hunting — that indefinite period of waiting for a certain response or result. Well, volunteering is one way to stay busy and make any spare time away from interviewing, researching, or networking still contribute to job search goals. Continue reading “The Job-hunting Value of Volunteer Work”