Category: Job Seekers

6 Ways You May Be Self-Sabotaging Your Career Prospects

It may be hard to believe, but when they’re looking to advance their careers, job seekers can sometimes be their own worst enemies.

Read More »

When to Ask for a Raise (and How to Do It)

Negotiating a raise can be a daunting task that gives even the most confident employees butterflies.

Read More »

The Top 10 Creative and Marketing Jobs in 2019

Get your copy of our Salary Guide for all the insights and numbers you’ll ever…

Read More »

One of your coworkers hates you, so now what?

As a creative professional, you love your job. Your role is challenging and rewarding, your office space bright and inspiring, and you couldn’t imagine working with a more compatible team.

Read More »

What the Infinity Stones Can Teach Job Seekers

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War has supplanted Jurassic World as the biggest summer movie of all time.

Read More »

Changing Careers to Graphic Design: Part 2

This post is a continuation from last week’s blog about the question of whether or not you should change your career or course of study to graphic design.

Read More »

Want to Work Remotely? The 3 Things You’ll Need to Prove.

For a growing number of employees, working from home is the ultimate goal — and many are now making that dream come true.

Read More »

Transitioning your marketing career from a non-creative to a creative job

There’s no question that a career in marketing requires some creativity. Building brands and influencing buying decisions takes innovation, imagination and originality. But some marketing roles are more creative than others.

Read More »

The Pressure is on for Internal Communicators

I wrote this because I am starting to hear a big trend from my communications clients, and there seems to be a bit of a lag or disconnect in the candidate marketplace.

Read More »

Going with The Flow as A Public Relations Professional

Due to the inundation of tech into our everyday lives, we see change happening on an almost daily occurrence.

Read More »