Job satisfaction isn’t a typical state of mind for most U.S. workers, according to theÂ The Conference Board’s 2015 Job Satisfaction survey. They found 48.3 percent of U.S. workers are satisfied with their jobs. While that is an increase of 0.6 percentage points from 2014, it still leaves the majority (51.7) of U.S. workers dissatisfied with […]
When you look for a job, youâ€™ll want to target organizations and companies with workplaces and cultures conducive to your lifestyle. If youâ€™re looking for a job with some flexibility, you are in good company.
When people ask for help to prepare people for interviews, they inevitably ask how to respond to the “What is your greatest weakness?” question. But what about the times job seekers are asked about identifying their greatest strength or best accomplishment?
If you’re thinking of a career transition, especially if you are close to the traditional retirement years, there are many issues you’ll want to consider before making a move. During this transition, consider:Â are you actually in the sunrise stage of your career?
It’s a good idea to keep an eye on where your career is going — otherwise, you’ll never end up where you want to be! Are you thinking of making a change? How are you planning to get from where you are to your target opportunity?