The American Entrepreneurial Spirit There are a growing number of Americans who want to become their own boss. Among surveyed high school students, 72 % aspire to start a business, and 61 % would rather be an entrepreneur than an employee after they graduate from college.
In this day and age, most people have some form of a social media account. This includes your potential employers. They too have the ability to sit down and scroll through your accounts, unveiling all of those boring vacation pictures. Aside from following the obvious rules (e.g. don’t post lewd pictures, too much vulgarity or… Read More
A while back I read this article which outlined the ‘7 ways to be insufferable on Facebook’. It was quite the eye-opener, as I came to the realization that just about everyone is guilty of these ‘7 deadly Facebook sins,’ myself included, and that if most people stopped these kinds of posts, Facebook would be… Read More
Commonly mentioned in both the technology and marketing business sectors, the cloud is a concept that was originated in the 1960’s. It took the greater part of four decades to become a reality but the cloud is alive and well, making business transactions, social networking, and software training (to name a few) easier and more… Read More
When I graduated from college social media was barely in existence. My version of “social media” was a three ring binder with my resume, awards, and letters of recommendation that I used to drop off at companies I was interviewing with the day before the interview. With the rapid growth of sites like LinkedIn, the… Read More