Opinion

Angela Copeland August 15, 2019

By Angela Copeland Job searching is hard work. That saying “getting a job is a job” couldn’t be truer than it is right now. I hear from job seekers every day who are struggling, and rightfully so. But, it may not be for the reasons they think. When I ask a job seeker what it […]

admin August 8, 2019

By Angela Copeland Job searching involves quite a lot of internal reflection. If you’re looking for a job or thinking of looking, you know what I mean. You initially spend a lot of time thinking about yourself. What do you want to do with your life? Where do you want to live? Does your resume […]

Angela Copeland July 28, 2019

By Angela Copeland Since the launch of the internet, job searching has become increasingly transactional. Job seekers are able to apply to jobs in bulk. In fact, they must apply in bulk if they want to increase their chances of getting hired. Whenever I attend a conference, I always hear at least one of the […]

Terry Miller July 25, 2019

Can we no longer agree to differ? By Terry Miller The proposition “America, love it or leave it” has been a popular uniting cry of conservatives for well over 50 years in the United States. The expression’s popularity came during the late 1960s and early 1970s when Americans were deeply divided over the Vietnam War. Over […]

July 24, 2019

By Chad Storlie The phrase “Hire a veteran” has been a staple of the U.S. economy for decades. Business leaders already realize that military veterans are hard workers, team players, ethical, driven, and technically skilled. What they DON’T realize is there are 10 hidden reasons that make every veteran a great employee and future business leader. […]

Angela Copeland July 15, 2019

By Angela Copeland When you’re looking for a new job, the time it takes can feel brutal. Every day, you hope the right job will fall into your lap. Not only are you anxious about this, so are your friends and family. They’ve never seen a job search take so long. Something must be wrong, […]