The Case for People (Harwood Institute): If you can read this piece without feeling outraged, you're made of colder stuff than us. We NEED to work together to make life better for everyone, not just for those who can afford to lobby for their interests.
You’ve updated your resume, perfected your LinkedIn profile, and honed in on your target positions. And now, you’re ready to reach out to your network. "Help me find a job!" emails to send to your network
You can now apply to a job with Amazon Echo thanks to ZipRecruiter -> http://mashable.com/2016/08/11/amazon-echo-job/ A job search can imply endless typing and reading of Google or curated job sites. It's a quest that may not require you to speak aloud until a recruiter reaches out if they ever do. That solitary slow experience is one reason why ZipRecruiter an online job site has created an app for Amazon Echo that encourages users to say: "Alexa find me a job." Launched Thursday…
One of my favorite parts of my Ambrose experience has been my work study job. Working with the Sports Information department, I take photos at many sporting events and work never seems like work. Pictured here is the men's baseball team playing at Modern Woodmen. The career center was very helpful in finding me a job that I would love. I highly recommend stopping by there to see how they can help you, as well!