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Working From Home: The Power Of Persistence

This is a Home Office Careers Podcast, created to help you find a great work from home job. Whether it’s for full time or part time work, Home Office Careers is the leading employment resource for the new economy, and we’re dedicated 100% to helping our members find honest, good work they can do from their homes. So whether you are early in your career or have decades of experience, if you want to find a great home-based job, you’re in the right place. Click PLAY to hear the audio recording and read below for a full transcription! http://homeofficecareers.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Podcast-Persistence.mp3 Hello, I’m Alan Klein, Chief Marketing Officer of Home Office Careers. I’ve been helping people fulfill their working potential and achieve success throughout my own long career in advertising. I’ve worked with thousands of people and with hundreds of different types of employers, and I’ve learned through experience how to coach and train all kinds of people in career management. And nothing gives me greater satisfaction than being here at Home Office Careers, helping people benefit from the growing trend among employers who are hiring more employees to work from home. I want to speak with you today about the importance of persistence in your efforts to find a good work from home job.  Every day we receive requests from our members who are frustrated, especially because they have submitted applications to job offers, and have not received any acknowledgement or other notification from the employers they have applied to.  For example, here are typical comments: “I submitted 5 or 6 applications over the past few weeks and haven’t heard a thing. What’s wrong?” Or, “I’m giving up. No offers after a month of applications. Maybe there are no good jobs out there.” We can’t blame anyone who has had these experiences to feel frustrated, to become disappointed, and to...

The Top 5 Career Blogs

The Top 5 Career Blogs are great online resources that we, here at Home Office Careers, recommend to our members. The Top 5 Career Blogs are insightful, full of passion and commitment to helping people: find jobs, start new careers, write better resumes, improve interviewing skills, networking and much more. Whether you are in the middle of your career, just getting started or you’ve been at this for a long time, regardless of where you are in your life – you will find very useful information in these resources. There are thousands of good career blogs and resources to find information about how to get a job or improve your interview techniques. There are career blogs targeted for specific niches and there are others that are more main stream and have a wide appeal. To help our members here at Home Office Careers find the best information for their careers, we have created a Top 5 Career Blog List. Now, this isn’t to say that there are not many other fabulous career blogs online, so what we did was find 5 really unique and helpful sites that we thought would be among the 5 best to recommend to our members.   The Top 5 Career Blogs are listed below in alphabetical order. I would like to congratulate each of these blogs, their owners and writers that put so much time and effort into creating the content that helps people and their careers!   The Top 5 Career Blogs CAREEREALISM Classy Career Girl Kathy Caprino Ms. Career Girl Undercover Recruiter   Each of the winners was interviewed with a few general questions about their career blog. Here is information about these resources and how they came to be so popular:   CAREEREALISM CAREEREALISM is a fun and exciting blog to help your career. I really like the CAREEREALISM site layout...

The 3 Most Important Steps To Landing A Work From Home Job

This is a Home Office Careers Podcast, created to help you find a great work from home job. Whether it’s for full time or part time work, Home Office Careers is the leading employment resource for the new economy, and we’re dedicated 100% to helping our members find honest, good work they can do from their homes. So whether you are early in your career or have decades of experience, if you want to find a great home-based job, you’re in the right place. Click PLAY to hear the audio recording and read below for a full transcription!   TRANSCRIPTION: Hello, I’m Alan Klein, Chief Marketing Officer of Home Office Careers. I’ve been helping people fulfill their working potential and achieve success throughout my own long career in advertising. I’ve worked with thousands of people and with hundreds of different types of employers, and I’ve learned through experience how to coach and train all kinds of people in career management. And nothing gives me greater satisfaction than being here at Home Office Careers, helping people benefit from the growing trend among employers who are hiring more employees to work from home. So let’s get started with today’s subject:  The 3 Most Important Steps To Landing A Work From Home Job. As someone who wants to be able to work from home, you obviously want to be successful in getting a job that you will like, a job that will pay you fairly for your time and effort and will allow you to balance your work and family or personal life – after all, that’s why we want to be able to work from home. But getting that job takes work, and I want to be sure you are investing your time and energy doing the things that will help you to succeed. So, of all the things you need...

The Top 10 Mom Blogs

Moms want and deserve the best! Moms are busy and time is valuable, so when it comes to finding meaningful information and helpful articles, Moms want the best online resources. Whether that’s finding a community for empowering your own blog or small business, or to simply learn a new recipe, Mom blogs can be a great source of information to better people’s lives.  This Top 10 Mom Blogs article brings together 10 amazing blogs written by talented people that are making a difference right now to thousands of Moms around the world. Search for Mom Blogs on major search engine like Google and you will have hundreds of thousands of results. There might be more Mom blogs than just about any other blogged topic online! With so many blogs and so many choices, I wanted to put together a concise list of 10 of the absolute best Mom blogs online. Together our team here at Home Office Careers reviewed hundreds of Mom blogs and we selected what we feel are among the 10 best Mom blogs around. This isn’t to say that there aren’t many other great Mom blogs online, but the following 10 Mom blogs all have certain characteristics and features that we thought made them especially useful to our membership here at Home Office Careers. The Top 10 Mom Blogs List The Top 10 list of Mom Blogs is not a list of the 10 largest or the 10 most visited Mom Blogs, but it’s a list of very useful and meaningful blogs that provide real help and value to everyday Moms. The blogs in this top 10 list are all successful in their own right and each one has a unique proposition and theme, so that together, these 10 Mom Blogs will bring a diverse stream of information that thousands of Moms currently find to be...

Employment for the New Economy

Employment in America has changed, we are no longer in an industrial or manufacturing based economy, we are developing into an information based workforce that no longer needs to go to work, to start working each day. President Obama said during the recent State of The Union Address on Tuesday Jan 12th 2016, “We are in a new economy, where Americans no longer have 1 job for their careers. The president went on to say that; “The only people who can expect to have a job for 30 years and receive a retirement plan, are those people working within the walls of the government.” In other words, The President of the United States was telling the American public in the most important address of the year, that the way in which Americans work and gain employment has changed. The culture of careers is not the same as it was for many generations in the past. The culture of American employment and career expectations are changing at an eclipsing rate. In a single generation, I have watched as the old rule book of careers has been thrown out the window. When I graduated college in 1998, the idea of pursuing a single career was the norm, it was expected. It was also normal that one might change career paths once, or you might switch companies one or twice in your first 5-6 years, and after that you would stay put at your company for the bulk of your remaining career. Words like ‘job hopper’ were serious concerns, as top companies would not consider perspective employees who they thought might quit after just 1 or 2 years. Fast forward to 2016 and 1-2 years on the job would be considered a standard tenure for a professional. Spend 4-5 years at a job now and you’re a dinosaur. The new economy is...

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