Career Center

Imposter Syndrome Antidotes

Un-checked feelings of unworthiness and thoughts of doubt can grow into what is commonly known as imposter syndrome.

Preparing for Uncertain Times

How can spouses balance their careers? It’s a topic that came to mind when a friend’s successful, recently married daughter started looking for a new job.

How to Decide Between Two Job Offers

I recently spoke with a friend whose daughter has to decide between two job offers very soon. One is a very good position at a very reputable firm in the town she most wants to settle in. The other is a similar position at what is considered to be a more prestigious company – but it is in a different state

How to Handle When your Boss Takes Credit for your Work

I recently read about a survey from BambooHR that asked employees what they consider unacceptable boss behaviors. I was surprised that it wasn’t something like “my boss overloads me with work” or “my boss constantly criticizes what I do.”

How to Recruit and Retain BMET Career Changers, Prep for Gen Z Workforce

For the past decade, the looming retirement crisis for BMETs has been at the forefront of the industry’s mind. It is apparent that there are multiple ways in which we need to recruit talent to sustain our field for the long term. Perhaps the key to attracting more people lies in the many different paths individuals can take to become a BMET.

Can You Hold Off on Accepting a Job Offer?

You get a job offer almost immediately after an interview, but have interviews lined up with other companies. How long can you wait before giving an answer? And should you mention you’re also interviewing for other positions?

How Honest Should You be in an Exit Interview?

Preparing for an interview is something most job seekers are always a bit nervous about, so it’s something they take time to prepare for. But what about an exit interview?