Job Searching

Higher Ed Jobs: Four Questions to Ask in a Job Interview Right Now

Read Four Questions to Ask in a Job Interview Right Now by Justin Zackal, from HigherEdJobs.com, December 10, 2020. Read Are You Worried That Your New Colleagues Resent You? by Nihar Chhaya, from Harvard Business Review, December 16, 2020. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. Higher Ed Jobs: Four…

10 Ways to Age-Proof Your Resume

Job-searching at any age is challenging. But searching for a job after the age of 40, when anti-discrimination protections kick-in, is especially challenging. Learn strategies to age-proof your resume to keep you in the applicant pool longer! In the past, I have written about job-searching and its challenges. But I…

Harvard Business Review: Cultivate a Trans Inclusive Workplace

Listen to Cultivate a Trans Inclusive Workplace from the Harvard Business Review IdeaCast podcast Read More Pandemic Consequences for Underrepresented Students by Greta Anderson, from Inside Higher Ed, September 16, 2020. Read Micro-Mentoring: How a Small Moment Can Alter Your Career Path by Charles R. Middleton, from Higheredjobs.com, September 21, 2020…

Higher Ed Jobs: Everything in Your Career Is on Fire

Read Everything in Your Career Is on Fire by Justin Zackal, from HigherEdJobs.com, August 27, 2020. Read Mindset List Takes New Form by Scott Jaschik, from Inside Higher Ed, September 9, 2020. Read How Colleges Can (and Can’t) Support 2020 Campaign-Related Activities on Campus and Help Students Vote from the…

Inside Higher Ed: Navigating Gender Identity and Expression During a Job Search

Inside Higher Ed: Navigating Gender Identity and Expression During a Job Search

Read Navigating Gender Identity and Expression During a Job Search by Lauren Easterling, from Inside Higher Ed, July 24, 2019. Read What Deaf People Can Teach Others About Virtual Communication by Sabina Nawaz and Roberta J. Cordano, from Harvard Business Review, August 3, 2020. Read Core Values: Overview and Examples from Indeed.com…

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