I’ve spent a lot of the last year thinking about what I actually want to do with my life. What’s my dream job? Mattress tester and macaroni and cheese taste tester. Unfortunately, as a dream job, I also need to … More
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If every comedian I know had a nickel for every time they heard “Don’t quit your day job!” from some asshat heckler, everyone would have as much dough to work with as Jerry Seinfeld and Jay Leno do. Pursuing a … More
If you love your job, it makes the rest of your life a lot easier: You’re in a better mood so you’ll stop pissing your boyfriend off, you’re able to make rent and still buy shoes, you’re less stressed so … More
How’s this for a summer makeover project: Turn your job into your dream job.
Meet Amy Demoff, a mother of one whose job is playing princess for children in the greater Detroit area. More
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If you look up the definition of “retire,” you’ll find synonyms like withdraw, retreat and recede.
Um, no thanks. More
Several years ago, I started a job that, for all intents and purposes, was my dream job. At least, it’s what I spent four years of college and two years of internships preparing for. This was my big break, and I was not going to squander it. More
What’s your dream job?
Really, though: What would you do if you didn’t have that student loan debt or that mortgage, or if you weren’t so attached to the sandwich place next to your office?
If you’re already doing it, congratulations. If not, you aren’t alone. Surveys over the past few years have spit out some less-than-encouraging stats—in fact, a 2010 survey found that 80% of workers are dissatisfied with their jobs.
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Despite the current job market, most of us were lucky enough to find work, though we may be in jobs we don’t exactly love. Many of us took the first job we could find because we needed to pay our bills. We went to school and worked hard to land our dream jobs straight out of college, but we’re coming of age during a difficult time in the economy and those dream jobs are few and far between. More
A mere five hours ago, I returned home from the Sundance Film Festival. Sadly, not fresh-faced from a first class seat on a flight, but after an 11-hour drive with a 103 temperature from getting four hours of sleep a night and eating Subway sandwiches and five cups of coffee per day. Not very glamorous! More
To be totally honest, I can’t exactly remember what I wanted to be when I grew up. I definitely didn’t dream about being in H.R. or recruiting, or running a career advice site. I actually don’t think I realized those careers existed until I got to college and started studying psychology. Even then, I had no idea that they would be for me. More
Every child is asked at some point, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” Sometimes its far-fetched such as an astronaut, president or spy. Other times the jobs are realistic like doctor, teacher, writer. No matter what job you chose as a child, your gender may determine whether you pursued that career or not. A new LinkedIn study revealed that men are more likely to end up in their “dream career” than women. More
Ever had the job you despised? The interview process was great, the facility beautiful, the co-workers kind, and a month later, you were ready to quit.
It turns out, all was not as it seemed. Before accepting your next job offer, do your research first and know as much as you can about the people – and the company – you’re planning to work for. While research alone may not determine whether you accept or turn down the job offer, it’s a critical component. More