Mid to Late Career
Seasons of a Career
According to the AARP, millions of Americans are still working after age 70, with many doing so even past 80 and 90. Some choose to...
Work after 50
An Employment Carol
I’ve always enjoyed the classic, “A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens. As most people know, it is a story that examines the life of...
How finances fit into your vocation
I have heard numerous people say things like, “Someday when I retire, I can do what I really enjoy.” Ironically, many people separate the...
Are You Un-hirable?
Over the years, I’ve spoken one-on-one with hundreds of people who have lost jobs. While some find new employment quickly, many others do not. ...
The Importance of Volunteering
One of the most valuable things my parents instilled in me and my two sisters growing up was the importance of volunteering. Both of...
After the Interview
In previous posts I’ve covered tips for what to do before and during the interview. I’d like to focus this post on a few...
Advice for “Older” Job Seekers
Many people wonder if they’re too old to be hired. I’ve noticed over the years that many “older” job seekers go to great lengths...
Before the Interview
Two weeks ago I wrote about the Seven Keys to successful interviews. I’d like to now discuss a little more about what to do...
Pursue Your Interests and Passions First
Several years ago I was on a field trip with my son’s class to the local children’s museum. While he was playing with a...
Seven Keys to a Successful Interview
Over the past thirteen years, I’ve had the pleasure of helping hundreds of job seekers successfully prepare for interviews. Many people feel inadequate in...