Don’t Rely on Luck to Land Your Next Job

Do you ever think if it weren’t for bad luck you’d have no luck at all? When you’re looking for a new job, what are your expectations? The truth is, a job finding you is a pretty rare situation. The most successful job seekers are the ones who take control over their search and actively… Read More »

5 of the 10 Fastest Growing Economies Are in Texas

The news that Texas has 5 of the 10 fastest growing economies in the nation comes as no surprise. Things are always bigger in Texas. So what does this growth mean for both job seekers and businesses in these growing cities? When you’re making any changes for hiring, you may want to keep these ideas… Read More »

3 Networking Tips for Introverted Personalities

For introverts, the idea of networking can be overwhelming. Not only does face-to-face contact cause anxiety but even being on the phone can cause the blood pressure to rise and the palms to sweat. Being introverted is not a flaw in your personality, it just means you have to determine different ways to approach the same situations… Read More »

Set Expectations with Your Employees to Ensure Clarity

When something is miscommunicated in the office, it can be the small snowball that causes the avalanche. As a manager it is up to you to ensure that your instructions are clear and easy to follow. Part of this process is managing your employees’ expectations so they know not only what they are supposed to… Read More »

Get Yourself Ready for Your First Post-College Job

Your first job out of college may be the most important step on your career path. It can set the tone for everything in your future so you want to ensure that you are set up for success. If you’ve graduated this year and are looking for your first professional job out of college, here… Read More »

Should You Pass On A Candidate If They’re Overqualified

There was a time in our culture where the word “overqualified” wasn’t even used. Since the most recent recession, many employers are falling back on this reason to avoid hiring certain professionals. Job seekers are increasingly, and understandably, more frustrated by the job market because of this one word. But overqualified doesn’t have to mean… Read More »

Unemployment Rate On The Decline In Texas

If you’ve ever thought about employment in Texas there are a number of reasons our state is a great place to work. Not the least of which includes the decline of the unemployment rate over the last several years. As of December 2014, Texas had an unemployment rate of 4.6 percent. The national average still… Read More »