Career Advice

Work From Home Gigs After Retirement

Caticorn Careers January 19, 2022

Congratulations you made it to retirement, all that hard work paid off. Now what are you going to do with your time? If you are looking for a way to help pass the time and make a little extra money after retirement, a work-from-home gig could be a great fit for you. Let's look at a few options.

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What to do When Your Boss Overloads You With Work

Caticorn Careers December 16, 2021

When your boss gives you too much work, it’s not like you can complain. Doing so makes it look like you can’t handle your job. The ramifications could mean being passed over for a promotion, not getting a raise or even making the top of the list when it comes to letting people go. Instead, use one of these strategies.

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Things Interviewers Will Never Admit to You

Caticorn Careers November 15, 2021

Interviewers have guidelines, protocols, and laws they have to adhere to when they meet with you about a possible job. But that doesn’t mean they have to tell you every single thing they’re thinking. Here are some things interviewers will never admit to you.

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How to Make the Best Employment Decision for Your Family

Caticorn Careers October 18, 2021

When choosing a new job, it's important to make decisions that are best for your entire family. These are some of the factors you need to consider before you sign up with a new company:

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Skills Needed for the Human Services Field

Caticorn Careers September 22, 2021

The human services field is a broad realm that consists of jobs such as caseworkers, substance abuse counselors, behavioral therapists, child advocates, probation officers, and more. These positions will require you to have a certain set of skills that will make you valuable to the field. The following are some skills you'll need to have to survive in this realm.

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