Enjoy an interview? Surely not! I used to hate interviews; I would break out in a cold sweat at the thought of one and imagine all kinds of worst case scenarios. Luckily, none of these scenarios have happened to me and somewhere along the line I began to like interviews and dare I say it, even enjoy them! Here are some of the things I have discovered that have helped me to enjoy interviews. … [Read more...] about How to Enjoy The Interview!
Archives for May 2018
Facing the world as a new graduate can be an extremely frustrating time. Recent figures show there has been a drastic decline in possible job opportunities for new graduates, and the resources obtained from college career services are limited. … [Read more...] about 7 Job Hunting Tips for College Grads
If you’re a college student looking to land an internship, or a post-grad professional who’s laser-focused on the type of position they know they want, knowing how to write an objective for a resume is an essential skill. But what are the best things to keep in mind for a career objective statement? In this article, we’ll go over career objective examples and tie everything together. … [Read more...] about How to Write an Objective for a Resume
Dear Employee, You're probably wondering how I'm typing this - but that's a foolish question - I AM a keyboard, after all. A dirty keyboard. All day long I take your abuse and ask for little in return. My beige keys turn to black as your grubby little fingers hammer away with reckless abandon. Your thumb drives at my SPACEBAR relentlessly. And you abuse BACKSPACE like a doormat under your muddy shoes. I deserve some respect, that's all I'm saying. Common courtesies, like the ones you extend to my office counterparts. When the mouse slows down, you clean the lint or replace the batteries. Screen smudge? You break out the Windex. But I sit here and act as a repository for your finger filth, potato chip crumbs, and flaky dandruff. Don't believe me? Take a time out from this letter (a cry for help) and shake me upside down. Ew! I'm not threatening to lock up during that critical report, keyboards don't roll like that. But a little maintenance would be nice. An … [Read more...] about An Open Letter From Your Dirty Keyboard
Making the move from working at home or from a private office space to a co-working space can be a challenging feat. You’ll need to get used to working with new people, as well as getting to know the inner workings of a co-working space. … [Read more...] about What NOT to Do in a Co-Working Space
When it comes to healthcare, the existence of routines is essential for the hospital, doctors, staff, and patients to function together as a well-oiled efficient mechanism. However, there are some doctors’ routines, which are less efficient and less healthy for their patients. Consider this following example: the good routine is a surgeon’s rounds to see his post-op patients. A bad routine is diagnosing a patient on the spot, based solely on one symptom and not on the broad spectrum of symptoms, the patient may present. … [Read more...] about Routines in Healthcare: Yes, they exist, and yes you can get over them!