Paul Knight from the Houston Press interviewed me about job hunting for new college graduates. In the current tough economy, there’s a new verb, “recessioned,” meaning, “To be unemployed or underemployed because of the difficult job market.” When this article was published in 2010, I managed the career counseling staff at University of Houston University Career Services (UCS).… Read more... “Job Hunting for New College Graduates”
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Entrepreneurs, learn how to delegate and your life will be better. I promise. Recently I asked a group of entrepreneurs to tell me what causes them stress in running their businesses. Many of their responses centered around having too much to do and not enough hours in the day to get it all done.… Read more... “Entrepreneurs, Learn How To Delegate”
I wish workplace flexibility for as many employees as possible. Need proof that workplace flexibility is a good thing? A British workplace flexibility study of 16,000 employees (plus an analysis of 10 past studies) found that flexible work schedules and greater control in the workplace boosted employee health and increased efficiency and productivity.… Read more... “Workplace Flexibility Is Good for Employees and Employers”
Many people know deep down that they would be happiest as an entrepreneur, but then fear stops them. Are you one of those people? Are you afraid to start a business?
It is such a shame that fear so often deprives the world of the businesses that could be meeting the needs of clients and customers with innovative products and services.… Read more... “Are You Afraid To Start A Business?”
From 2010: I know I am the last career counselor in America to launch a career advice blog. My blogger colleagues have convinced me that the visitors to my site expect a blog and find blogs useful. So, here goes!
Years the blog has been updated: