Career/Education

What To Do When An Injury Forces You to Resign

Getting hurt on the job is a nightmare that most of us hope to avoid, but also a reality that nearly 4 million individuals in the United States alone face each year. While this situation is difficult enough on its own, piling bills and a family to take care of can push your stress levelContinue Reading “What To Do When An Injury Forces You to Resign”

Career/Education Veterans

Transitioning out of the military? Check out these tips to tackle civilian job interviews

Most members of the Armed Forces who have retired from service decide to pursue a new career in the civilian sector. An important ritual associated with this transition is the job interview with potential employers.  A great interview can make the difference between otherwise equally-qualified prospects for a job. Here are some tips for veteransContinue Reading “Transitioning out of the military? Check out these tips to tackle civilian job interviews”

Career/Education Work From Home

Why Keeping Records Is Important When You Work From Home

What in the world did businesses do before the invention of the computer? With so much information to compile and maintain, it must have been a difficult and tedious job. To answer the question, I am (of course) aware that they used books and ink. However, I think most businesses today would find it veryContinue Reading “Why Keeping Records Is Important When You Work From Home”

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This School Year Help Your Child Help Himself

As military spouses, we’re no strangers to the road less traveled. For a final exam in a community college history class I taught a number of years back, I took the assessment road less traveled, and it has made all the difference in my understanding of the students with whom I have worked. Instead ofContinue Reading “This School Year Help Your Child Help Himself”