Career Advice

Each day the average worker receives up to 121 emails and they spend up to three hours of their workday attempting to control their inbox. While email is an effective communication tool, it can hinder your productivity in the workplace. Unfortunately, if you don’t check...

Remote jobs are becoming increasingly popular in the United States. Since 2005, remote work has grown 159% and more than 4.7 million people in the United States enjoy a telecommuting job. While many individuals are seeking remote work, it may not be best for everyone....

When quitting a job, you will often be required to attend an exit interview before you leave. This is a short meeting or a written survey that allows you to share with the employer the good and bad about the position and company. While it...

There may be times throughout your career when a pay cut is inevitable. You may receive a pay cut if you switch jobs or if layoffs or changes in your company occur. This can be stressful, especially if you don’t know how to properly handle...

Just because you may live in the United States, it doesn’t mean you can legally work here. You must become work authorized to hold your dream job in the U.S.   What does becoming work authorized mean and how do you receive this status? Here are...

As you apply for a new job, you want to make yourself as marketable as possible. You want to appear as the ideal candidate and have the qualifications and skills necessary to complete a certain task. However, while some skills are industry-specific, others are not....

Being an extraordinary employee is much more than your quality of work and how well you meet your deadlines (even though these are very important!). It also involves how well you behave in the workplace, how considerate you are of others, and your manners. Let’s...