3 Ways Being an Interview No-Show Impacts Your Career

It may seem like there is no harm no foul to skip an interview. This post will discuss the top negative implications of skipping one without giving the company notice. We’ve all heard about ghosting, which occurs when a candidate fails to show up...

How to Stand Out from Other Kentucky Job Applicants

Ways to differentiate yourself when applying to jobs, how to make a memorable first impression, etc. Even when it seems like there are lots of jobs available, you still want to stand out as the best candidate on the market. Employers will seek you...

Feel Stuck? 4 Tips for Quitting a Job You Hate

Tips for Quitting a Job
With so many jobs available now is a great opportunity to get out of a job you hate. This post will include tips for leaving like understand what you dislike, start your search before quitting, leave the right way, etc. Do you hate your job? We’re...

Why Confidence is Key in Landing Any Job

If you know the expression “fake it till you make it,” you will understand the importance of having confidence in your job search. Self-assurance during the interview process is a sales technique that will help you land the job. If you conduct yourself with an air of self-confidence, the interviewer will know you believe in yourself and they’ll be more likely to believe in you, too. Here’s how to pull this off.

Bounce Back from a Layoff with These 6 Tips

Layoffs happen to the best people. As we write this, the unemployment rate hovers around 6%. Within those numbers, you’ll find the stories of millions of Americans who faced a layoff. When a layoff happens, it stings. But you can bounce back from...

Why 3rd Shift Might Be Best for You (And Your Family)

Why 3rd Shift Might Be Best For You And Your Family
An increasing number of people— about three million , in fact, work the night shift between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. Another four million work at some point during the night and even more work floating or more erratic schedules. Interestingly, night shift...

Where Are All the Good Jobs?

Here’s the reality; not all jobs are created equal. For example, we know that many of the full-time with benefits positions are being replaced by contract roles. That places some uncertainty into the position that simply isn’t there when an employee...

Finding a Job that Counts

As we write this, around 10 million Americans are looking for work. The pandemic did a number on a job market that was booming in early 2020. A year later, some people are still struggling to find a job in their chosen career. If you are having...