5 Pieces of Advice to New Graduates

Welcome back to the graduation edition of "Take It In." Indeed, graduation season is upon us. To those of you who are finishing studies or have loved ones celebrating this milestone, congratulations. It really is a remarkable achievement. With this achievement, however, comes a lot to think about. You are probably asking "What's next?" Allow … Continue reading 5 Pieces of Advice to New Graduates

3 Ways to Stay Strong in the Job Hunt

Being unemployed or underemployed is no fun. I have found myself in both categories. Those were some of the most miserable times of life. There is financial worry, personal doubts and overall great uncertainty. You worry how will you pay the bills, am I doing something wrong or am I not a good candidate? I … Continue reading 3 Ways to Stay Strong in the Job Hunt

Flexibility needed when pursuing success

LinkedIn recently published findings from weforum.org about college majors which produce the best entry-level and median salaries. They were ranked from 1 (being the best) to 50 (being the worst). The STEM and business fields dominated the top spots. It gave me some good insight and sparked some introspection. I reflected on my own studies. … Continue reading Flexibility needed when pursuing success