Today is Job Action Day 2011. It’s the fourth year of this annual event sponsored by Quintessential Careers, a website with many, wonderful resources for job seekers. I’m delighted to be participating for the fourth time.
Inspired to quit her job and withdraw $10,000 from her retirement account to start the African Immigrant and Refugee Foundation, Wanjiru Kamau’s story could inspire your career change.
Turning a volunteer experience into a brand new career, and saving lives in the process, Purpose Prize winner Nancy Sanford Hughs has positively impacted more than 90,000 people.
How is someone who has run a public company going to explain he’ll take a job as a night watchman?
Have you ever thought about starting fresh with a new career? Maybe it’s time for a complete change? If you’re in the “second half of life,” you may be thinking about taking on work or creating a business to help people or focus on a cause that’s meaningful to you.