This month’s topics covered some classic problems around jobs as well as unique topics like how your hair can make an interview impact and the effects of on-the-job stress.
So without further ado here’s your nine useful posts from April 2011.
How do you know it’s time to start looking for a job (early)? There are 9 signs that can help you avoid any last minute stress or surprises in today’s chaotic workplace.
More and more people are thinking of becoming part time entrepreneurs. It’s a great way to create a plan B job while avoiding the financial risk of taking the full plunge. There are five challenges that part time entrepreneurs should definitely keep in mind and the tips to overcome them.
What’s one easy way to get jobs to come to you? Use blogging of course. Here are seven reasons why blogging can be a powerful tool in your job search.
A recent Right Management survey shows that 84% of workers ‘feel’ like quitting to find a new job in 2011. What do you think? Is it on the mark?
There are four factors to measure a job’s stress level and its impact on your mental health. How well does your job rate in terms of killing you with depression or worry?
A recent small business survey hints that small business owners may increase hiring in the next 6 months. Yet they’re struggling with money problems. Good move for anyone?
A strong network is one where you stay in touch with old and new contacts and build a long term relationship. Here are five ways to reconnect with them.
Curly hair could be sending the wrong message to employers during the job search and in the workplace. Here’s the new hairstyle for high powered women (or men?).
There are three mistakes (or areas) that Toronto is making as a city that’s hurting current and new job development.
So there you have it – nine posts covering hair, stress and the latest trends in employment.
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(Top Photo: Deepika Padukone April 2011 Calendar via Actors Images)