Have a micromanaging boss? Here's how to deal.  (Originally published on  Monster.com  by Caroline Zaayer Kaufman)  Have you ever experienced a boss that constantly looks over your shoulder? Or frequently redoes your work? Being under the microscope may have more to do with them, than you; but how can you find peace at work with this type of boss?   Continue reading .

Have a micromanaging boss? Here's how to deal.

(Originally published on Monster.com by Caroline Zaayer Kaufman)

         Building a Success Career as a Millennial  I had such a great time chatting with Tayo Rockson on his podcast, As Told by Nomads. His focus is spotlighting how Third Culture Kids are using their difference to make a difference.  We talk about how millennials can step into their greatness and also nerd out over some TV classics (the intro to this podcast had me laughing so hard!)  Listen to the full Interview  here .

Building a Success Career as a Millennial

Listen to the full Interview here.

      How to Get the Raise and Promotion You Deserve  (Originally Published on  GenTwenty  by  Rachel Vick )  As Millennials, we get used to semester long internships, so once we find ourselves in our first "real" job for a while, it can feel a little overwhelming about what the next steps will be.  It’s important that millennials understand how to climb the latter instead of sit at standstill in their careers, whether they believe it’s their life’s calling or not.   Here are just a few thoughts on millennials and their careers, from career and business coach    Rachel Ritlop :   Read the full article  here .

How to Get the Raise and Promotion You Deserve

(Originally Published on GenTwenty by Rachel Vick)

      Job Hunting Experts Share Top Tips for 2016  (Originally Published on  Forbes  by  Karsten Strauss )  Now is the time to look for a new job. With the U.S. unemployment rate at an 8-year low of 4.9% this past January.  Recruiters are finding it harder to find job applicants to fill open positions with the low unemployment rate. According to the Society of Human Resource Managers (SHRM), 2016 will see an increase in that trend. What does this mean for job seekers? It's your market, not the employers...  Read the full article  here .

Job Hunting Experts Share Top Tips for 2016

(Originally Published on Forbes by Karsten Strauss)

      5 Steps to Get Out of the Door Faster Each Morning  (Originally published on  DailyWorth  by  Natasha Burton )  Getting everything done in the morning can be tough. Check out the DailyWorth's five ways to get more done and out the door quicker every day.  Read the full article  here .

5 Steps to Get Out of the Door Faster Each Morning

(Originally published on DailyWorth by Natasha Burton)

      Unhappy or Bored at Work? Theres a difference!  (Originally Published on  Fast Company  by Kelsey Manning)  No one feels completely engaged at work all of the time, but if you are feeling these symptoms, it's a clue that it's time to take action...   Here are five questions that will help you determine how you’re feeling, and what to do about it:   Read the full article  here .

Unhappy or Bored at Work? Theres a difference!

(Originally Published on Fast Company)

      Experts Share the BEST Job Hunting Tips of 2016  (Originally Published on  Career Cast  by Kyle Kensing)  Job hunting in 2016? Good news: Early indicators suggest after robust job growth in 2015, the outlook for this year may well be even stronger...  ... Even with a low unemployment rate, applicants will always face some kind of job market competition, particularly for the most desirable positions. To help you get a leg up, CareerCast.com spoke with job-market experts in different capacities for the most up-to-date job hunting advice and guidance for 2016.  Read the full article  here .

Experts Share the BEST Job Hunting Tips of 2016

(Originally Published on Career Cast by Kyle Kensing)

      Steps to Get Out The Door Quicker  (Published on  Hers.Today )  Don't accept that the morning rush is going to always be hectic. Follow these steps instead:  Read the full article  here .

Steps to Get Out The Door Quicker

(Published on Hers.Today)

      The Difference Between Feeling Unhappy versus Bored at Work  (Originally Posted on SalaryShark by Jennifer Miller)     Read the full article  here .

The Difference Between Feeling Unhappy versus Bored at Work

(Originally Posted on SalaryShark by Jennifer Miller)

 

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      How to Respond to 8 Inappropriate Interview Questions Only Women Hear  (Originally Published on  Her Campus  by Caroline Pirozzolo)   While some obvious improvements have been made in the past few years, we still have a long way to go when it comes to making the workplace completely female-friendly and free of gender discrimination. Despite all the progress, interviewers are still asking women some pretty eye roll-worthy questions that they’re definitely not asking male applicants—and we’re tired of it....   Read the full article  here . 

How to Respond to 8 Inappropriate Interview Questions Only Women Hear

(Originally Published on Her Campus by Caroline Pirozzolo)

      Looking to turn your part-time job into a full-time one?  (Originally Published on New York Tech Jobs)  A part-time position can be a great opportunity to gain skills and experience while offering the flexibility to tend to other responsibilities, but what happens when those responsibilities shift and you're ready to go full-time?  Here are 5 essential things you must do in order to move from part-time to full-time...  Read the full article  here .

Looking to turn your part-time job into a full-time one?

(Originally Published on New York Tech Jobs)

      5 Questions to Tell If You're Bored or Just Plain Unhappy at Work  (Originally Published on  Brit + Co  by  Levo League )  Even if you're one of the lucky ones who landed an awesome job, there might still be those days when you find yourself feeling no so engaged with work any more. You might even wonder if you're bored or outright depressed at work. If you're convinced that you really are living the dream at your job, then it's time to dig deep and ask yourself a few questions...  Read the full article  here .

5 Questions to Tell If You're Bored or Just Plain Unhappy at Work

(Originally Published on Brit + Co by Levo League)

      More and More Americans Seeking Professional Freedom & Flexibility  Originally Published on  The Street  By  Chris Metinko   ....Rachel Ritlop, who founded her own career and business coaching service in Florida, agreed opportunity and technology are making flexible careers the norm.  ....“One of the biggest complaints  Millennials  have about their job is that they are cooped up from nine-to-five without flexibility or freedom,” said Ritlop. “I think an even bigger movement will happen with workers shifting to become freelancers or consultants if employers do not start offering more flexible hours, especially as employers demand for workers to respond to e-mails or issues after hours continues to increase.”  Read the full article  here .

More and More Americans Seeking Professional Freedom & Flexibility

Originally Published on The Street By Chris Metinko

         Are You Unhappy or Bored at Work?   by  Kelsey Manning, Originally Published on  Levo League    Happiness and unhappiness are even more difficult to define. Generally, a happy person is considered to be someone who often feels positive emotions like joy, interest, and pride, and rarely experiences negative emotions like sadness, anxiety, and anger. Psychologists will tell you that boredom can be a marker on the way to real unhappiness and even depression, so the difference is nuanced but important. Here are five questions that will help you determine how you’re feeling, and what to do about it:    Continue reading here .

The Difference Between Feeling Bored and Feeling Unhappy at Work

 

(Originally Published on Levo League by Kelsey Manning)

       Job Hopping: The Pros and Cons   (Originally Published on  CareerBuilder.com  by Matt Tarpey)   ... Pro: You can attain a higher salary  Another attractive upside to job hopping is the opportunity to quickly increase your personal take-home. Savvy job hoppers understand that the pay-bump associated with accepting a new job usually outpaces the typical salary raise long-term employees can expect.  “When people switch jobs and are able to negotiate new packages, they can get anywhere from a 10-20 percent increase in salary and benefits,” says Rachel Ritlop, career and business coach. “Whereas, if you stay at the same job year after year, you can expect a typical more standardized annual raise between 1-5 percent. You will basically be leaving money on the table.”  To read the full article,  click here .

Job Hopping: The Pros and Cons

(Originally Published on CareerBuilder.com by Matt Tarpey)

       Successfully Rebrand Your Business with these 10 Tips   (Originally Published on  Business News Daily  by Brittney Helmrich)  ....Don't surprise your customers  "Let your audience [and] customers know something big is coming. Post about it on social media and your newsletters, don't catch them off guard with your rebrand. Start laying the groundwork that you have a special launch or exciting rebrand coming two weeks prior. This way if they visit your site, they don't think they went to the wrong place. This is also a great way to engage with your customers [and] clients and get their feedback or thoughts and build a better relationship, which typically converts to more loyalty and sales in the future." –   Rachel Ritlop   , career and business coach    Read the full article here.

Successfully Rebrand Your Business with these 10 Tips

(Originally Published on Business News Daily by Brittney Helmrich)

       2016 In-Demand Careers for Millennials   (Originally published on Monster.Com by Jon Simmons)  Millennials should remember that a high-growth industry does not necessarily guarantee quick promotions. For millennials who choose to enter any field, they should remember that hard work, continued education and collaboration are still keys to success. “You have more potential than actual achievements at this point, so stay humble and willing to learn or work on a team,” says Rachel Ritlop, a career and business coach for millennials...  Continue reading here .

2016 In-Demand Careers for Millennials

(Originally published on Monster.Com by Jon Simmons)

      3 Ways to Avoid Career Burnout  ( Originally published  on The Happy Joy by Rachel Ritlop)  Struggling with frequent headaches? Tired of constantly complaining about your job? Do you find yourself irritated with co-workers or clients?  If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, you may be struggling with career burnout, according to the  Mayo Clinic .  Most of us have been there at some point or another. We want to excel in our jobs, so we take on extra work, help others out, and say “yes” more than we probably should. But at what cost? Too often we sacrifice our health and happiness, eventually finding ourselves burning out. So here are three ways you can avoid it.... To continue reading,  click here .

3 Ways to Avoid Career Burnout

(Originally published on The Happy Joy by Rachel Ritlop)

      8 Time Wasters that Ruin Your Productivity  (Originally published on  Classy Career Girl  by Rachel Ritlop)  We all know the feeling, it’s 8 at night, you’re in a food coma, and you are wondering where the day went? You woke up that morning feeling  so  ready to tackle the day!  Seriously,  this  was going to be the day that you finally took down the Christmas tree! The day you were going to re-vamp your resume to land your dream job! The day you were going to get back to the gym!  All too often we fall prey to these 8 time wasters that ruin our productivity...  Click here to continue reading .

8 Time Wasters that Ruin Your Productivity

(Originally published on Classy Career Girl by Rachel Ritlop)