Author Archives: John N. Frank

How to Change Careers and Find Your Dream Job in 3 Steps

Looking to make a career change? You’re not alone: 1 in 3 Americans ages 25 to 45 made a career change since their first role graduating college. Especially with the Great Resignation, more and more professionals are making choices that … Continue reading

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How to Make Mondays a Day You Look Forward To 

Mondays seem to be a universally hated day. In fact, according to a poll conducted by YouGov, over half of Americans (58 percent to be exact) say Monday is their least favorite day of the week. After spending two days … Continue reading

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Employer transparency — often discusses, seldom done — is now more important than ever

The Great Resignation has companies scratching their heads on how to hold onto their key workers. Some have tried, finally, raising salaries, offering more benefits, allowing remote work. But Fast Company reminds employers that transparency is what workers want, and … Continue reading

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How to Send the Perfect Follow-Up Email 

You’ve prepared night and day for this interview that you’ve finally landed! Your resume has been tailored to the position. Your follow-up questions are ready. Interview day comes, you feel successful with the interview, and now it’s over and your … Continue reading

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The Great Resignation — don’t be surprised, the exodus continues

The Great Resignation continues to grab headlines as Americans leave the workforce in record numbers. A great deal of that is Baby Boomers deciding to retire in the midst of Covid, but there are other factors at play as well. … Continue reading

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Wonder Why there’s a Great Resignation Going On?

Maybe because it’s been a long time since companies actually valued their employees. Here’s one example: Better.com CEO fires 900 employees over Zoom Oops, maybe there is some justice: The CEO Who Fired 900 Employees on a Zoom Call Is … Continue reading

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The Great Resignation—Employers brought it on themselves

This says it all…

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The Great Resignation — where people are quitting, why and what’s ahead

Changes in the American workforce, the likes of which have not been seen since World War II, continue. Here’s a look at where people are resigning from the Wall Street Journal (hint, it’s in Western States), why they’re resigning (fear … Continue reading

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The great resignation — a major shift is happening in the American workforce

You’ve likely already heard about the great resignation — Covid is causing millions of people to say enough of dead-end, low-paying, high-stress jobs. The employment market is shifting more dramatically than it has at any time since World War II … Continue reading

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No Stethoscope? No Problem! Getting Into Healthcare Without Experience

Changing careers when we don’t have any experience is one of those difficult obstacles we need to jump over. And when we are looking to work in the healthcare industry, it can be one of the most rewarding career paths … Continue reading

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