How many jobs should be on a resume? 3 factors to consider

How many jobs have you had? How many of them does a potential employer want to see on your resume? Job seekers often ask this question, “How many jobs should be on a resume?” Here’s the answer: it depends, but probably fewer than you would think. Employers spend just seconds on each resume before they … Read More

Candidates ask: Should I include references on my resume?

A common question asked by job seekers continues to be, “Should I include references on my resume?” The answer is no, unless the employer specifically asks for them in the application instructions. Keep reading to understand the reasoning behind why it’s not wise to include references on your resume, as well as best practices for … Read More

How to negotiate salary after job offer — 7 tips

Imagine this scenario: You just had one of the best job interviews of your life. You can tell that they like you and that you are a good fit for them. You really want this job. In a few days, sure enough, you get an offer. But there’s a hitch: The salary being offered is … Read More

Do remote work arrangements affect mental health?

One in four workers in the United States did at least part of their work at home in 2018, according to a report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Sometimes, workers seek the option of working remotely to accommodate personal circumstances. Other times, the employer requires it, having decided not to maintain physical office … Read More

How to retain Millennial employees: Work-life harmony tops the list

Millennials now outnumber all the other generations in the workplace. Their lack of loyalty to an employer is often viewed negatively, but in reality Millennial employees have adapted to function in a professional world dramatically different from that of their parents and grandparents. “It was once the case that the average American could find a … Read More