There’s nothing like getting up late, not stressing about a commute, and sitting down at your laptop with a big breakfast and no outside distractions to start your day at work right? Well, that seems accurate until you realize you’re in the comfort of your own bed, have access to far too many TVs, and have […]
Making the connection between job interview questions and collaborative storytelling is a powerful career insight.
The brewing industry is exploding in New York. How do you make the jump from beer aficionado to brewer?
Kirk Elliot of United Career Fairs has been doing this for a long time, both as a recruiter and job fair organizer. Here’s (some of) what he learned along the way.
We started out taking notes for an upcoming piece on employment trends and jobs in Buffalo, NY … and ended up making this handy infographic instead.
You’re probably thinking the highest paid jobs in New York are all CEOs, lawyers, and screaming finance wizards — and you’re probably wrong.
Take a minute and brainstorm: what are the jobs that define a civilization? Turns out Albany has the greatest concentrations of those jobs in the state, and way more than the national average.
I wrote literally thousands of cover letters for people over the last ten years. Here are five things I learned (and a free cover letter template).
Finding a second job as a freelancer isn’t hard. The internet has made it easier than ever to find second jobs for freelancers.
Job interviews are stressful, and people make mistakes under pressure… but these four mistakes can cost you the job.
You don’t need ten years of schooling to get a job in healthcare. These three jobs are available with an associate’s degree.