From the category archives:


When Do You Stop Looking for a Career and Take a Job

December 9, 2009

Lets start with some simple definitions: A job is work you do to earn a wage but you don’t see yourself pursuing as a permanent line of employment a means to reach you desired job. A career is work you do to earn a wage where the work is related to your desired job or […]

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Base Salary Isn’t Everything

November 2, 2009

Lets face it, the job market sucks right now. Companies are shrinking, banks are closing left and right, and automobile factories are closing everywhere. For those of us that still have a job we are counting our blessings, those of you who are looking for jobs are trying to find someone willing to hire. One […]

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Is Who You Are What You Do?

October 28, 2009

Is who you are, what you do? or is what you do, who you are? The answer to that question may very well define the level of happiness you have for the rest of your life. To many people allow their jobs and careers to define the type of person they are as opposed to […]

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What NOT to do in an Interview

March 11, 2009

I have spent a lot of time interviewing people lately. We are currently hiring at my day job for two positions and I have the “joy” of being on the interview panel.  I know that a lot of people are having a hard time right now and there is record numbers of people looking for […]

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