Are You Perfectly Employed?

It’s a fact that more than half of all workers hate their jobs. Work doesn’t have to be miserable! With the right strategy, anyone can create a career that works for their specific wants and needs. We can show you how.

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Replace Your Customer Service Resume Objective Now

Writing a customer service resume objective takes finesse and creativity. The smartest thing you can do is ditch your resume objective all together and use a “professional profile” or “summary” at the top of your resume. While many other job candidates will rely on their customer service resume objective, you can make your resume stand […]

Do Employers Care Where I Get my College Degree?

  Dear HR, I am a 30-year old mother of three who is looking to return to work in a couple of years when my kids are all old enough to go to school. In the mean time, I thought I might take some online college classes and get a degree. Some of the other […]

Should I Lie about my Salary to Get a Higher Job Offer?

Dear HR, I have been in the same job with the same company for five years. I am ready to take the next step on my career path into a management position. Unfortunately, my current company does not have a position open, nor will it have a management position open for quite awhile. I’ve started […]

Wear Your Little Black Dress to Work

Your little black dress is the perfect blank canvas for dressing for pretty much any occasion. If you have an LBD that fits you well and has a decently modest neckline and hemline, you can rock that dress at work with the right accessories. Pair your LBD with a Colorful Blazer and Scarf The most […]

Put Your Side Hustle on Your Resume

Side hustles are becoming a way of life for many of us. We consult in our industries, write blogs, teach part time—you name it. Your side hustle is giving you valuable experience and building your skill set. With any luck, you’re also building your network. You should list your side hustle on your resume in […]

Delete High School (and more) from your Resume

Ideally, your resume should be one-page long, but definitely no more than two. No matter how cool you think you are, the truth is, employers are scanning your resume for keywords. The more “stuff” you can get rid of between those keywords, the better your chances at landing an interview. The first thing to do […]