Like many young people my first priority after high school was to go to college. However, upon doing further research (hours of Googling and browsing Craigslist for jobs), the future employment market for college grads didn’t seem as lucrative as it had been made out to be.
Joanna Rist’s former retail boss once called her over. “Are these hours correct?” she asked. “There are so many.”
Finding a long-term partner, a boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse can be a long and challenging road. If you’ve managed to snag that special someone only to discover that his or her credit history is less than stellar, while you may be tempted to overlook it, don’t.
Ah, summer–the warm weather, longer days and general freewheeling feeling you get, no matter how old you are, that school is most definitely out for the season.
If you want to get technical about it, my first roommate was actually my younger sister, and she and I butted heads on more than one occasion.
Whether you’re a recent college grad in pursuit of your first steady paycheck or a disgruntled employee who dreads going to work each day, the idea of working with a career coach may have crossed your mind. The question is: Are career coaches worth it?
At some point during college you may have pictured yourself graduating, snagging a job and moving into a fabulous apartment where you’d be free to continue the independent lifestyle to which you’ve grown accustomed. But if you’re now among the scores of recent college grads who find they are moving into their childhood bedroom rather than their dream apartment, take comfort in the fact that you’re not alone.
Graduation is coming. School’s almost over. If you’re like I was, you’re thinking about three things…
Being the IT guy in a business can either make you the most hated person in the company or the man (or woman) of the hour. Most of the time, it’s somewhere in between, but it’s a highly-regarded position in any company.