Archives for January 2012

How To Change Jobs: Advice For An Underemployed English Major

Dear Dr. Civitelli: I live in the Seattle area. I have worked at a bookstore for four years, since I graduated college with an English major. Retail has become more and more stressful for me, and I have told myself many times over the past few years that I should try to find some other […]

Cracking the New Job Market

I interviewed R. William Holland, Ph.D., an expert about job search and author of “Cracking the New Job Market: The 7 Rules for Getting Hired in Any Economy.” He is the founder of R. William Holland Consulting, LLC, specializing in HR and career management, and has an extensive background in talent management. Dr. Holland, your […]

Seattle Career Counselor: Personality Type and Career

I interviewed Seattle career counselor Kate Nelson about personality type and career. Ms. Nelson is an expert in using the personality assessment, the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), to assist people with choosing work that is a good fit for their personality. Kate, for readers not familiar with the MBTI, please tell us what the […]