Cover Letter Tips

Cover Letter Tips: When to Write One and What to Say

Cover letters – the age-old formality of writing a letter and explaining why someone should consider you for a job. Cover letter anxiety often prevents applicants from following through and submitting for a role. The thought of putting pen to paper to convince someone to give you a shot can […]

Your Job Search During the Pandemic

Job Searching During the Pandemic

No doubt, your life has been turned upside down in the past few months. If you’re out of work, or if your job has become unstable, you’re probably thinking, “Sure, I want to find a new job—but how?” Let’s start with what NOT to do. If are working from home […]

job not temporary, just a stepping stone

Your Job’s Not Temporary, it’s a Stepping Stone

The term “Job hopper” used to be negative. Up until the 1980’s and 1990’s companies and employees were looking at their careers as more or less permanent. Shunning the loyalty of your firm or leaving the security of a trusted environment was usually seen as bridge-burning or career suicide. Today, […]

Stay Motivated in a Job You Don't Love

How to Stay Motivated in a Job You Don’t Love

We all know that work can truly enrich your life. Making a meaningful difference at work; advancing projects that align with your values and making connections with your co-workers can make you feel completely satisfied and happy inside. Many professionals, however, don’t get meaning and purpose from their work. 51% […]

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The Real Reason People Change Jobs

There are a lot of reports and statistics about why people change jobs. Many cite more pay or a bigger salary. In the Bay Area, many people are looking to shorten their commute. But the #1 reason, and the reason that permeates all situations, is a person’s belief in the […]