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January 29th, 2013

How Do We Know We're on the Right Career Path?

J. B. Wood is an author and businessman. In this High Calling video interview he talks about finding and recognizing the right career path and surrendering your career to Christ.

December 4th, 2012

Must-Have Job Skills in 2013

In this Wall Street Journal article, Ruth Mantell lists the top four job skills for those seeking a promotion or a new job in the coming year. Number one on the list is the ability to communicate well. She offers specifics about verbal and written communication, and practical advice about...

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June 20th, 2012

Beating the med school odds

In this World on campus article Victoria Unthank tells the story of Megan Busch and what obstacles await students seeking to go into medicine. Read more here.

via FINS.com
June 18th, 2012

Seven Tips for Success on Day One of a New Job

"The first day at a new job is fraught with questions. Will it look bad if I can't remember everyone's name? When can I ask for my first assignment? Can I bring lunch from home?" Kelly Eggers explains three fundamentals to demonstrate the first day. What are your tips for success on day one...

May 17th, 2012

When Choosing a Job, Culture Matters

“Some organizations will excite you. They'll stimulate your success and growth. Others will be stressful. They may lead you to quit before you've accomplished much or learned what you hoped to. With the pressure (or excitement) of finding a new job, it's all too easy to pursue a job...

via Inc.
May 4th, 2012

8 Qualities of Remarkable Employees

Do you consider yourself a great employee or a remarkable one? As Christians in the workplace, we should strive to be the best employees possible. Jeff Haden for Inc. Magazine describes 8 qualities that make employees truly remarkable. Read the article. What do you think makes a remarkable...

November 3rd, 2011

Creating Your Personal Life Plan

"Sadly, I have met very few people who have a plan for their life. Most are passive spectators, watching their lives unfold, one day at a time. They are reactive rather than proactive. They may plan their careers, the building of a new home, or even a vacation. But it never occurs to them...