The thinking preference of on the thinking feeling scale uses objective criteria to make decisions. They will analyze problems in a rational and impersonal way. An extreme thinker can ignore people’s feelings and needs. They can come seem tough minded. Continue reading
The feeling preference of the thinking feeling scale makes decisions subjectively. That is according to what is important to them (personal values). They consider the implications and how things will effect other people. Continue reading
The Thinking Feeling preference is about how we make decisions, how we evaluate information. Someone at the thinking end of the scale will use logic and rational criteria to make a decision. From the feeling end they will use personal values and considerations. Being on the extreme end of the scale for either preference can lead to problems. Continue reading
Many in demand careers didn't exist 10 years ago. Search Engine Optimization consultants, Information Architects, Social Media experts, YouTube chicken dancers – who knew?
An expanding baby boomer and retired population means more free time. Compared to past workers, many retirees are extremely well off after years of retirement planning. The hospitality and leisure sectors are expanding to meet this demand. Great news for… Continue reading
Careers in information, particularly Internet related are exploding. We are drowning in a sea of information that needs to be gathered, integrated and interpreted.
Business and technology continues to expand and become more complex. You can find many career opportunities in these areas, particularly in how they are integrated together.
Between now and the year 2014, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that 30 percent of all new US jobs will come from healthcare and educational services. Demand for healthcare workers particularly is booming.
By Mark Baber
As professional recruiters, we have learned over the years there one question we can ask of almost any job candidate prospect to determine their level of willingness to cooperate with the hiring process, and their ability to adapt their preconceptions of the hiring process to the practical aspects of a professional job search. Everyone answers that one question pretty much the same. Continue reading
Tips for the Second Interview
By Belinda Sinclair
You did it! You followed all the job interview tips you know and impressed that manager job interviewer the first time around and so now you’re invited for a second round of ‘talks’. Now what? You read everything you could about job interviews (e.g., resume writing tips, business etiquette during a job interview, etc.) but now you feel that you need a different type of job interview tip. What do you do during second job interviews? Continue reading