The “cube farm”. Your “cubi-cell”. Many of us have found (or will soon find) ourselves a denizen of cubicle life; that quasi-private, yet well-trafficked home away from home. Ever find yourself frustrated by your life in a cubicle?
Check out this light-hearted graphic from EQA that will help you laugh off the idiosyncrasies of working in that little cube. See how many you can relate to… and let us know, below in the Comments, your own cubicle idiosyncrasies you’ve encountered.
Now that’s you’ve graduated you might want to kick back and enjoy the summer. Big mistake.
The job search is both a sprint and a marathon, a vital project you need to manage carefully. And the fact is you aren’t a student any more; you don’t get summers off. Here are a couple of ideas to get your job search kick-started this summer…
They often want to know: why a job opening stays open for months at a time; why their application status seems to be at a stand-still; why their interviews are spread out over weeks at a time; why there seems to be no conclusion or status update after the interview process; and much more.
The facts below just might help job seekers understand why recruiting processes are the way they are, and why everything seems to move much slower than they would like…
While many recruiters do cold-call potential candidates, when you’re actively job seeking don’t sit at home waiting for the phone to ring.
Actively build relationships with recruiters looking to place candidates like you in great positions!
There’s quite a bit you can do to actively reach out to recruiters and make yourself more visible in the marketplace…
Everyone has a special trait or talent that makes them unique. Some folks thrive on connecting with strangers, while others can tactfully sell a product to someone who quite clearly doesn’t need it.
Did you know these little knacks could be your hidden weapon for career success? It may take a little way to uncover your knack — it’s there! Let this list of a few secret talents jog your memory:
All your research… building and utilizing your network… and your patience… all paid off. You landed a new gig!
You’ve been in your new job or internship for a couple weeks, maybe a month, and have settled in. And you’ve come to a stomach-cramping conclusion: this job sucks.