There comes a time in most people’s lives to resign from a job and move on to a new one. If I do say so myself, I craft a beautiful resignation letter — probably because I have resigned from a few different jobs (a library, a bank, three restaurants and a retail store, to name a few!). Regardless as to how menial you believe your job to be, I think they everyone benefits when an employee crafts a professional resignation letter. Continue reading
The title of this post is a question I ask myself often. Though I don’t want to officially say anything until my classes have begun, it looks like I am shaping up to have a Monday-Friday morning schedule, with two days a week extending into the afternoon. I haven’t had a schedule this nice since I was working 10 hours a week at a local library.
Your job hunting may finally be at an end; your dream job (or heck, just a job in this economy!) has contacted you and wants to meet for an interview. How do you prepare?
Today I’d like to share some tips from my last interview. These tips have helped me in interviews from banking to academia, and are applicable in most job fields. Continue reading
If there’s one thing you should know about me, it’s that I have no shortage of self-esteem. Often, I feel like I can do anything — unless it has to do with math or science, of course. But when it comes to my passions — dance, writing, foreign languages — I know that with time I can master whatever it is I set out to learn.
That being said, there is nothing more frustrating for someone who is confident than to be passed over for a job. I’m slowly realizing that I am in limbo, and there is very little I can do about that at this moment. Continue reading