I recently came across an article in The New York Times written by Alina Tugend titled “Just Graduated, and Fumbling Through a First Job.” It speaks to the challenges of and lessons that can be learned from one’s first job out of college. Read my thoughts and then click on the link below to view the full article.
It is mid-March and the first official day of spring is right around the corner. What does this mean? Well, for those of us who have braved this yearâ€™s Chicago winter, it means that we all deserve a gold medal for layering up every day since early November. It also means that college graduation is near – very near.
We asked one of our former clients to share some advice about career exploration and job search for our current and prospective clients. Read what they shared with us below.
Frank Schroeder, Principal and Founder of Campus2Career Transition Services, speaks to a group about career search for the millennial generation. This presentation was organized by The Lake Forest/Lake Bluff Chamber of Commerce and the video is featured on their website.
What in the world does ice cream have to do to with choosing the right career? The number of flavors at the local ice cream shop pales in comparison to the diversity of industries and jobs available in todayâ€™s job market.