No matter whether you are an intern or a CEO, all of us have moments where we feel overwhelmed at work. Sometimes we feel there is too much to do and too little time to do it, too many people making demands upon your time, all with conflicting agendas.
Moving for a job can be an exciting prospect, but there are things you will want to consider when you’re considering that move to another city or state to ensure that you don’t make any decisions you will regret.
If you think landing the job was the end of your worries, you might want to hold off a little while longer. The first few weeks in a new job are very much like the first few days after a surgery: they are critical to the rest of your life.
Sales is one of those careers where, says Monster, academic achievements and credentials have increasingly become less important than other personal qualities that recruiters look for, like savvy or persuasion for example.
Changing careers is something everyone hopes they will never have to do, but sometimes, you find yourself in a situation where the only way is out. Fortunately, not all careers require you to go back to school and get years of training. Following our last foray at the subject, here are a few more careers, courtesy of Monster, that are quick to change to and can pay well, too.
When deciding what career you want to pursue, it is imperative that you know yourself, and what kind of job suits your personality. There are career assessment tests, says Monster, that will help you decide whether you are a "mediator," "defender" or an ISTJ.
For those of you with a passion in preserving and serving nature and the environment so strong you went out and got an environmental studies degree, fret not. Prospects suggests a few careers you could pursue while still doing what you love.
As a student of the classics, there is no shortage of skeptics who will tell you that you have no career and no future as anything that is financially lucrative. As we mentioned before, the classics can actually be the start to a great career if you only know where to branch out.