In 1967, Thomas H. Holmes and Richard H. Rahe, from the University of Washington, did a study on the connection between significant life events and illness. As part of that study, they compiled a chart of the major causes of stress. That chart, which contained 43 causes of stress in 1967, was updated to 55
Five creative ways to find your ideal position. Ok, you have posted to every internet job board and every job on Monster, CareerBuilder, and HotJobs. You’ve followed up with calls and networked until you are blue in the face. Each Sunday you take the newspaper and apply for every job in your field with little
Finding a job can be a painful experience. Here are three things that you can do to increase your chances of success. 1) Approach finding a job as if it were a full-time job, because it is. If you had a job, you would report to work at the same time each day (like 8
By Miriam Salpeter Miriam Salpeter Resume norms shift. Your resume needs to be up-to-date if you want to appear highly qualified. And one rule never changes: Don’t include information that doesn’t pertain to landing the job. [See The Best Jobs of 2012.] Here are 10 other things you should never include: A title.
How do you react when your plans fall through? Do you roll with the punches? Or does anxiety keep you from enjoying life? To a great extent, our personality determines how we deal with stress in our lives, but here are 5 things to help keep your stress under control: Sleep more. It’s very common