Archive for January, 2020

This Week in Career Advice: Overcome Shyness and Lead

This Week in Career Advice: Overcome Shyness and Lead

Being shy in a management position can be difficult. Those who suffer from shyness tend to be uncomfortable in large groups of people and tend to avoid conflict – two scenarios difficult to avoid with a team of individuals answering to you.

Job Seeker Guide: How to Prepare a Strong Medical Resume

Job Seeker Guide: How to Prepare a Strong Medical Resume

The average recruiter will spend 5 minutes or less looking over your medical resume before deciding whether to move you ahead or send a polite rejection note. To increase your likelihood of landing a job interview and getting hired, you need a strong resume and cover letter. Carrington College has put together the following infographic to help […]

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This Week in Career Advice: How to Spice Up Your Plain Jane Resume

This Week in Career Advice: How to Spice Up Your Plain Jane Resume

Watch as The Futur’s Chris Do and Jose Caballer review everyday resumes and offer advice on how they can be improved. 

This Week in Career Advice: How to Handle Rude Bosses

This Week in Career Advice: How to Handle Rude Bosses

As a manager, are you obligated to be a reference to a former employee? A letter-writer asks Ask A Manager’s Allison Green about the issue, and whether a small token of gratitude is required to former managers who act as references.

This Week in Career Advice: Workplace Wedding Etiquette

This Week in Career Advice: Workplace Wedding Etiquette

It’s wedding season and Ask A Manager’s Alison Green has all (and we mean all) of your workplace wedding-related questions answered! Over at The Cut, Alison answers the wedding questions she gets every year, including whether you‘re obligated to attend your coworker’s wedding, whether you’re expected to invite coworkers to your wedding, and how much […]