Standing out -- not stealth -- should be the new strategy of every veteran and transitioning servicemember searching for a career after the military. How can an employer hire you if they can't find you?
How does an American woman propel to the top of the finance world in a foreign country? If you're Sarah McPhee, you embrace your diversity and refuse to be tied down by informal rules of "the way things have always been done."
We simply cannot eradicate extreme poverty without embracing broad-based and inclusive economic growth that directly focuses on youth and jobs. Here's why.
By the time we say goodbye to our twenties, what should we have experienced in our careers?
Recognizing the critical juncture we face and the potential of youth to help shape our country's economic success, Bank of America and Opportunity Nation have invested in programs to reconnect young people to skills, education and jobs.
While Millennial workers' mindset may seem different to other generations, that doesn't mean they're any less engaged. So rather than poke more fun at this generation, let's work on setting some of these stigmas straight.
If you are a recent college graduate, or jumping into the workforce after an extended break, setting yourself up to stand out from your competition is a professional priority.
When you look at today's problems thru the 1787 lens -- or that of 1864 or 1942 -- and consider the truly herculean challenges our ancestors were able to overcome for our benefit, it seems as though we should be able to do better.
Veterans bring tremendous training, skills, and education to the workforce, and it should come as no surprise that the unemployment rate for veterans is and has always been lower than the national average.
Hey, we ALL like things when we have them all to ourselves. It feels like an exclusive club. Your own little secret. But if something's good, it's gonna grow.
What can you do as a veteran if you can't land a job? How can you make yourself more attractive to employers? Check out these tips.
STEM education isn't complex. It's not a doctrine, a program, or a product. Yet defining and implementing STEM education continues to challenge the education community.
The turning point in my life was when Dick Bolles -- strolling past me in a What Color Is Your Parachute? workshop and taking in my sudden delight at being alive -- had this observation: "If you're not having fun, you're not doing it right."
Kay reveals the secret behind the success, including how she strategically positioned herself to be a network CEO, at a time when women were only getting offers to become the secretary.
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Finding the right balance between a candidate's skills and other traits is an eternal struggle for hiring managers. Which qualities should carry more weight in these decisions?
There are over 21 million veterans in the United States today. Over 2.6 million men and women have served our country in uniform since 2001. There are hundreds of thousands of veterans who cannot find jobs, but deserve them. They can do the work. I've seen it firsthand.
Many employers require a certain number of years of experience or would like for you to have a certain degree. However, if you're stellar in other areas, your lack of qualifications may not be a problem.
Crowdfunding is not only creating new lifelines for small businesses and startups pioneering job creation, but also it is encouraging entrepreneurs to continue ramping up the innovation for a better society.