Mohawk’s parking lots are empty; hallways are vacant; coffee shops are closed.
In my office, where we work with job seekers and employers looking to hire, we’ve been hearing, “Where have all the students gone? Why are no students applying to our job vacancies?” Continue Reading
Job hunting can be a daunting task. If you’re already employed, it’s easier to be picky, and wait for jobs that check off all the must-haves on your list. If you’re unemployed, sometimes beggars can’t be choosers. I recently made the decision to change companies, and I was reminded of some things along the way. Continue Reading
Finding meaningful employment—it’s a job!
Whether you’re looking for new work, more work, or better work, regardless of which demographic check box you fall under, most job seekers realize getting a job offer involves equal parts determination, preparation and resources for success. Continue Reading
In September 2015. I had just turned 25 and not to sound cliché, but I faced self-doubt. “What am I doing with my life?” I asked myself over and over again.
What was I doing? Life was great!
I was volunteering as much as I could for things I supported, was recently engaged and I enrolled in a photography class for fun.
However, I felt I hit a wall in terms of my career status. Was I happy with what I was doing? Where was my career headed? I couldn’t confidently answer that. Continue Reading
With classes done and exams over for their final semester, the class of 2017 take their next steps.
Our three 2017 grads, are each on different paths as they examine their upcoming career options and their feelings of preparedness.