Whether it is effective to use media for career exploration, we all do it! Media influences our perception of the world. I researched what career professionals in different professions say about the shows that portray their career field, and I assigned a grade based on how accurate they say the show is.… Read more... “Using Media for Career Exploration”
For the past decade, I’ve often worked as a career coach helping clients navigate job search and the workplace, but recently a tech company retained my services on the employer side as a recruiter. Being on the employer side of the aisle reminded me of some things I believe job seekers should know about hiring.… Read more... “Job Search Tips from a Recruiter in 2022”
American education relies on adjunct professors who teach in university and community college classrooms on a contract basis. The trend toward shifting teaching loads to an adjunct workforce is speeding up, with 75% of college classroom instructors now working in a non-tenure track position.… Read more... “Career Change for Adjunct Professors”
Impostor Syndrome is destructive because everyone who suffers from it thinks they are unique in feeling the way they do, and that everyone else is more carefree and confident. I wrote this article to show how common Impostor Syndrome is.
Impostor Syndrome is a description (originally called Impostor Phenomenon) first identified by Dr.… Read more... “If You Have Impostor Syndrome, Join the Club”
Many people feel unsure about how to prepare for an interview. It’s helpful to follow a checklist of actions to take, so here is one you can use.
__ Clarify with the employer the format of the interview (in person, video, or phone).… Read more... “How to Prepare for an Interview – Checklist”