When we talk about diversity and inclusion, disability is a faction that is frequently overlooked. October has been named National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) in an effort to raise awareness about disability employment issues and celebrate the contributions of workers with disabilities. There are 56 million people in America
From September 15th, to October 15th, our nation celebrates the generations of Hispanics who have positively influenced and enriched our society.
There’s a lot more to the Hispanic culture than ‘Despacito’ (although it is a great song), so I wanted to take some time to discuss ways in which you
As hard as the job search already is, don’t make it harder on yourself by limiting yourself to your most recent experience and job title. There are different intentions behind looking for a job whether you’ve just graduated and you’re looking for your first gig post-college, or you feel stuck
At a Glance:
Are you truly using LinkedIn and Twitter to their fullest potential?
Do you use social media to make new connections and strengthen the ones you have?
Have you effectively positioned your unique skills and accomplishments online?
If you answered “no,” to any of these questions, your online presence may be
Like many members of the FindSpark community, I’ve always been very career-oriented. I graduated college with two majors and two minors, had six internships as an undergrad, and was just 19 when I attended my first networking event (no surprise, it was put on by FindSpark, then called NY Creative