Job searches can be overwhelming and sometimes it is difficult to know exactly where to start. Resume Worded has put together a step-by-step checklist to help you stay organized and task-oriented. Continue reading The Ultimate Job Search Checklist
By Mona Lisa Faris
Over the last year, we’ve found many new and creative ways to network in every sphere. Office meetings are often held through conference lines and Zoom calls, and you’ve probably never sent more emails in your life than you have during the stay-at-home order. Continue reading The Naked Truth About Virtual Conferences
One of the most common interview questions is some version of “why do you want this job?” or “why do you want to work here?” Continue reading Why Do You Want This Job?
Join us at #HACRSymposium21 Sept. 13-14 for data-backed DE&I education led by corporate executives and industry experts—for all corporate employees. You’ll connect with the nation’s most influential leaders committed to Hispanic equity and explore the state of Hispanic corporate inclusion with the latest research from the 2021 HACR Corporate Inclusion Index.
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By Ron Kness
In today’s workplace, 64 percent of employees favor changing jobs several times throughout their career, and when narrowed down to just millennials, that percentage jumps to 75 percent. Continue reading Is Job Hopping Good for Your Career
You may have heard that employers are interested in hiring people with good “soft skills.” But what exactly are good soft skills? Continue reading Is a Lack of Soft Skills Keeping You from Opportunity?
By Kat Castagnoli
Did you know that 7 in 10 college students take out loans to pay for school? While it can take a long time to pay back student loan debt, there is a way to get your balance wiped out: by qualifying for a student loan forgiveness job. Continue reading 11 Great Jobs That Offer Student Loan Forgiveness
by Eileen Hoenigman Meyer
In some ways, a remote job interview can seem like a welcome relief from the traditional format. You don’t have to worry about directions or getting stuck in traffic; plus, you only have to agonize over half an outfit. Continue reading 6 Things Interviewers Want Us to Know About Remote Interviews
By Lorraine C. Ladish, NBC News
If you are a Latina entrepreneur or professional, you are not alone. The National Women’s Business Council states that Latinas own close to 788,000 businesses in the U.S. One of the best ways to grow as a businesswoman is to network with others who face similar issues and perhaps even share your vision. Continue reading 7 Networks for Latina Professionals or Entrepreneurs
By Jillian Kramer
The pandemic changed a lot for workers, including where they work. A study conducted early in the outbreak showed nearly one-third of U.S. workers were working from their homes — and presumably some of those workers won’t want to return to the office when their employers call them back.