10 Work-from-Home Jobs That Can Pay $100,000 or More

10 Work-from-Home Jobs That Can Pay $100,000 or More

Do you dream of working from home? Plenty of people do. What some people don't know is that you can work remotely AND still make a hefty salary. That sounds like a win-win, doesn't it?!

From 2005 to 2015, there has been a 115% percent increase in telecommuting. I would have never guessed that! With the growth of telecommuting and working remotely, stats have been uncovered around the average telecommuter. Here are some interesting tidbits that you might not know: the average telecommuter is 46 years or older, has at least a bachelor’s degree, and earns a higher median salary than an in-office worker. If that doesn't build an appealing case toward having a goal to work remotely, I don't know what does! 

Read More

How to Ace an Exit Interview

How to Ace an Exit Interview

They say that when one door closes, another one opens. When it comes to your career, you might close the door yourself in pursuit of a new opportunity. Job hunting is quite the process and the feeling of accepting a job offer for a new position can be bittersweet. On one hand it’s exciting to move on to a new role and begin a new chapter of your life, but on the other hand leaving behind coworkers and a role that you’ve become accustomed to is sad and a bit scary.

Read More

How to Rock a Phone Interview

How to Rock a Phone Interview

If there's one thing I know about phone interviews, it's that you can't phone them in. Literally. 

Being prepared and having an idea of questions that you may be asked will certainly pay off and help you to feel more comfortable as the interview goes on. During your call, you may encounter questions ranging from the basics like your work history and professional experience to more situational and behavioral questions. 

If you recently applied for a job and having a call with a recruiter is part of the interview process, you'll definitely want to check out these tips. Keep these in mind to ensure you rock your next phone interview: 

Read More

10 Things Every Entry-Level Employee Should Do

10 Things Every Entry-Level Employee Should Do

You did it! You perfected your cover letter and resume, applied for the job, rocked the interview, and got hired. The “real world” will suddenly begin to feel more real now that a steady paycheck will be coming your way. Starting your first job out of college is a rite of passage. Sure, you may have had summer jobs or internships between semesters and during the summers in college, but this is the real deal. This is what you worked your butt of in college for. All those late-night study sessions, group projects and exams all lead to this.

So, now that you landed the job and you’re on cloud nine, remember to do these 10 things to set yourself up for a smooth transition into the working world:  

Read More