The Job Quest’s Top 10 of 2014

With today being the last day of 2014, I decided to put together a roundup of the most popular blog posts published this year on The Job Quest. Equipped with this information, you can start 2015 with a bang! 10. What Kind of Impression Do You Leave in an Interview? “What’s your greatest weakness?” “Hahaha! […]

Dispelling Bad Job Interview Advice, Part 3

Here’s the third installment of a series on how to approach questions in a job interview. You can find part 1 and part 2 here. ————- Question: What irritates you about co-workers? Advice given: “Tell the panel that you can get along with any kind of co-workers by adjusting with them all the times by […]

Sympathy Cards for the Unemployed?

“Just think… now you won’t have any trouble losing those 10 extra pounds!” Would you send a card like that to someone you know who was diagnosed with cancer? Of course not! It would be tacky, insensitive, offensive… (insert your own adjective here). So I didn’t know what to make of a line of greeting […]

Seven “Don’ts” for Friends and Family

Yesterday, I talked about some things that family and friends should do when someone they know becomes unemployed. Here, I offer seven suggestions of what NOT to do. DON’T: Avoid them. To say that someone losing a job makes for an uncomfortable situation is an understatement. Whether or not you worked in the same company […]

Nine Do’s for Friends and Family

When a close friend or loved one becomes unemployed, it’s hard to know what to say or do. Even after my husband and I started telling friends and family about our circumstances when we were going through it, things felt strained with other people. If you know someone who is “in transition,” here are some […]

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