Welcome to the original HateJobBlog.Com. If you are confused about what you want to do for a living, maybe I can help you find a job you will love. I spent a whole career not liking what I did for a living. I’m living proof it’s Continue reading “Hate Job Blog!”
Most students take the scholastic aptitude test at least once in their lifetime, but is most often taken in High School. Many, do not wish to repeat that same test taking experience, ever again.
It is a long, tedious, and exhaustive (thorough) test. But, there are shortcuts to taking the SAT.
One strategy is to Continue reading “Scholastic Aptitude Test”
The Job Interview is a meeting with a representative of an organization you wish to be employed by. You will get some tough interview questions, so practicing your communication skills before the interview is a Continue reading “Job Interview Tips”
Do you hate everything about your job? Maybe. But, there might be a few things you like. If you hate your boss, fellow employees, location, atmosphere and just about everything else, you might want to Continue reading “What to do when you hate your job”
When you are resume writing, do it the easy way. You want to toot your own horn as often as you can. List all your experience and achievements. You are selling yourself on paper.
You are selling what you Continue reading “Resume Writing”
An Emotional Intelligence Test called The Color Test® was devised by Dr. Max Luscher in the early 1900’s. This personality quiz is a psychological test. Dr. Luscher was a Swiss psychologist and color consultant for many large businesses.
Many consider this test to be an Continue reading “Emotional Intelligence Test”
If you don’t love what you do for a living you won’t be a very happy camper. There are many reasons to love what you do but few staying with a job you Continue reading “Love what you do”
You have heard of ‘do what you love and love what you do? You must have some idea what you’d love doing for a living? Maybe, maybe not. But, if you found a job like that, it probably wouldn’t feel like working.
Yet, if financial security is the number one priority in your job hunting future, then unfortunately, you probably won’t Continue reading “Do what you Love”
A good way beginning a career search is to take a career assessment test. You will receive a list of career choices matching your Continue reading “Career Search”
Not sure what your job skills are? For example, if you are new in the workplace you may have more transferable skills than you might think even though you may not have been in a job, yet. You could have been a babysitter with skills you would use as a Nanny or Waitress.
Now, if you have been in a career for over twenty years, you might Continue reading “Job Skills”
Time for a Midlife Career Change? It may be something you may have planned for, for many years. But, if you are not middle aged, you really won’t know what it’ll be like until you Continue reading “Midlife Career Change”