Unemployment is real. Just ask Nick Colasurdo, recent graduate of Boston College that found himself searching for employment upon his wee hours in the “real world”. He learned that nobody is going to make sure you have a job, and that the job search is an ongoing and active process. During our interview below, Nick
As a future leader, one way to embrace diversity is to be flexible. Realize an information gap exists. Be prepared to work through it.
There are so many things you can do to help you strengthen your personal and career brand before you ever actually have to open up your mouth and talk.
But the facts are, as much as I truly sympathize (and it really is very hard to hear that desperation), job seekers must understand that part of running a business is to find the right employees. The right employees are not people who just need ‘a job’. Despite the tough economic times, the right employee is an individual who wants to work at that specific company and plans to stick around for a long time.