Learn how to stop fighting the demands of career and other commitments and enjoy both more. It is possible to have a successful career and a fulfilling life. You just need to learn to make the best choices. Here’s some advice to help you make those choices easier.
Job change concerns by a hiring manager may shift your otherwise stellar resume from the inbox to the circular file. How can you make it past the resume screening if your work history shows a fair amount of job hopping? In addition, how do you address these concerns in an interview?
Do you have a spouse that keeps changing jobs, or are you yourself guilty of this stressful behavior? Learn about the damaging effects of changing jobs too frequently, as well as why your family might be feeling more stress than you are. Also included are our great tips for sticking with a job!
How can you figure out when there is a correlation between family and missing work? At what point do problems in your personal life begin to threaten your professional one? There are a few key ways to figure out if there is a genuine problem, and a few steps you can take to fix the problem.
There are many pros and cons of getting a new job before a new house, but it often depends on your circumstances. Are you taking a risk, or doing the right thing? We examine why some people should not consider changing jobs after buying a house, as well as when it’s a good idea to do so.
Keeping in touch with your kids while you work isn’t easy. Between deadlines and meetings, you might find that it is hard to touch base with your children. Why not check out these fantastic tips to open up the lines of communication with your kids while not hampering your progress at work!
Military families relocate at a moment’s notice on a regular basis and their children go through the same feelings of leaving friends behind as any other child from any other family. One of the main advantages in the military is preparation and consistency in the relocation process. We can do that!
Americans are a mobile society. Long gone are the days when people resided all their lives in the same location. Employment needs, the growth of an aging population and educational opportunities are contributing factors to finding the perfect spot to call home. At least for a while.