Being a home health aide is predicted to be the fastest-growing job from 2018 to 2023, according to a new report from CareerBuilder. Continue reading These are the fastest-growing jobs in the next 5 years
Interviews are fairly anxiety inducing, especially when your interviewer has what can only be described as a professional poker face. Continue reading 5 Questions Hiring Managers Think During Interviews (But Might Not Ask)
BOSTON, MA–DraftKings Inc. recently announced that it is expanding its Tech for Heroes initiative to Austin, Texas. The eight-week course, beginning October 9 and offered free of charge, is designed to provide high-tech job skills training to current and returning veterans and military spouses, so they can expand their knowledge base and find gainful employment in the tech sector.
Continue reading DraftKings’ High-Tech Jobs Skills Training Program Now Open for Texas Veterans
You only get one shot at a first impression—and that shot may count for more than you think.
Continue reading The Power of First Impressions
You might think that in the era of LinkedIn and social media that you no longer need to have a resume. That is unequivocally wrong. A resume is a key component of a job search, and cannot be replaced by a LinkedIn profile, or your digital presence.
Continue reading 8 Secrets That Can Revolutionize Your Job Search
Wisconsin partners with Hiring Our Heroes to highlight career and lifestyle opportunities in the state for transitioning veterans Continue reading Wisconsin taps transitioning veterans for 90,000 job opportunities in the state
Everyone knows that Dr. Mae Jemison was the first African American woman to travel into space – but many don’t know that an African American woman “suited her up”. McDougle was Jemison’s suit tech for the historic mission STS-47 aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavor September 12, 1992. Continue reading Sharon Caples McDougle is somewhat of a “hidden figure”
If you’re making the military-to-civilian transition, there are a number of benefits to working for the federal government. If you have been separated or retired from military service for a while and working in the civilian world, you know things are different on the outside. Continue reading Working for the federal government
By Sgt. Ian Ives
What would you give to serve your country? Would you turn down an opportunity to play a professional sport? Though soccer has always been a large part 1st Lt. Anthony Uriarte’s life, he declined multiple professional soccer contracts to follow his calling of being an officer in the United States Army.
Continue reading Pro Soccer Player Becomes Army Officer
We’ve all been there—pleased that an interview was going really well until the interviewer threw out a real doozy of a question that you just don’t know how to answer. But you don’t have to panic. Continue reading 10 Toughest Job Interview Questions — And How to Answer Successfully