The decision to relocate for a current or new job is a big one. But according to a recent study from MyMove.com, it’s one that many Americans consistently make. In fact, MyMove’s study found that “new job/transfer’ was among the top five reasons people move. Often, those being asked to relocate for a job aren’t given much time to make the life-changing decision. According to Atlas Van Lines’“46th Annual Atlas Corporate Relocation Survey,’ 44 percent of companies allow up to two weeks to accept or decline an offer, while 32 percent of companies allow only one week or less to do so. And once employees have made the decision to move they will probably be hurried, so this is a resource with a check list of the things you should do when you move.
Everyone who has ever held a job has, at some point, felt the pressure of work-related stress. Any job can have stressful elements, even if you love what you do. This article is about things and ideas to try to lessen your stress at work.
It is a place where caregivers of individuals with I/DD can go and find information as well as have someone to chat with who may be in a similar situation. It has articles, and other helpful information as well.
This is an article about how to evaluate a job once you get a job offer. It has all the things one should think about before you actually take a job. It has how to weigh our pros and cons and how to make an informed decision on if the job is right for you or not.
This is a website for finding careers that match your needs and preferences. There are three different ways to search for types of careers. The categories are as follows: Search Careers with Key Words, Browse Careers by Industry, or answer questions about what you like to do.