Archives for November 2013

Job Hunting Today: Nailing the Video Interview

Location was an integral element in finding and securing jobs. Whether a need to travel for an interview or relocate for a new position, one’s geography mattered. However, given today’s technological innovation and tools, a workforce can be managed remotely, and initial interviews may be conducted across state lines or oceans. A proactive candidate searches […]

Classic Workwear That’s Fit for a Purpose

When we talk about “workwear” we’re not talking about what you wear to the office on “casual Fridays” … we’re not even talking about what to wear on the other four days either. By definition, “workwear” is different from regular clothing because it must be designed in order to withstand a much higher intensity of […]

Social Butterfly: 5 Jobs for the Effusive Talker

Radio Host Professional radio hosts make their job look easy, but in reality it’s a job that requires a specific skill set. Staying up-to-date on current events, being aware of popular trends, and conducting live interviews demands an avid talker who’s not afraid to keep the conversations going. A host must also not be afraid […]

Can Universities Keep Charging an Arm and a Leg?

The cost of an education at a four-year college or university in the United States has consistently risen at a rate greater than the overall cost of living. In 2013, the total cost increases (including tuition, books, fees, and room and board) were at their lowest level for both public and private schools. Public school […]