I’d try this with egg whites instead of whole eggs and no pepper, I’m not into spicy things. I like an alternative to pre-made veggie burgers which are loaded with too much salt.
Healthy vegetable burgers!.
Job hunting always has struck me as a game, one with serious financial consequences of course, but still and all a game in which you try to find the one place that wants to hire you at any given moment in your career.
A new board game about job hunting. Hope they make this available in the States.
At various points, when you’re returning to work after being away, or when you’re over 50, the game gets harder than at others, but it is a quest after all, not unlike Jason looking for the golden fleece. Continue reading
Job hunting is a constant exercise, even if you had what you thought was a great interview and you’re sure you’re about to get a job offer. I’ve written about how I was sure I was getting an offer last spring only to be disappointed, and thrown off my job hunting game because of that expectation.
Wondering when an offer is coming after a great interview? Don’t hold your breath, or stop job hunting.
So I heartily agree with a recent posting I saw on the ivyexec blog telling job hunters never to rest if they think they soon may get an offer. Continue reading
Always be job hunting is the name of my book and my career mantra. No job is secure or lasts forever and you should always be looking ahead to where you want your career to go. But job hunting while you have a job requires special approaches, and precautions, so you don’t tip off your current employer and risk being fired before you find something new.
Fidning a job while working at one you want to leave requires special approaches to keep from tipping your hand.
This was brought home to me in a recent post I read on Forbes.com. “Hiding your job search can be difficult in this era of social media use, so always think before you act when it comes to posting anything online or discussing your activity with others (especially co-workers),” writes Lisa Quast, who herself has written a career book similar to mine. Continue reading