What School Means to Me: Thoughts from A Nursing Student

The majority of my life has been about school, and, for some reason, I have created a special bond with it. That is why, after high school, I was content with completing eight more years of schooling. I am a current Nursing Major and rising Junior at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. Being atContinue reading “What School Means to Me: Thoughts from A Nursing Student”

You Interview Well: Tips for Interviews

It’s the season of graduations and job seeking. In addition, many places that closed or laid off workers due to COVID have begun searching for employees at this time. Whether you’re looking for your first job or your third (we all know it takes about 2 or more jobs to live in the US) youContinue reading “You Interview Well: Tips for Interviews”

Protect Your Work-life Peace

Call me crazy, or misunderstood, but I don’t believe that you should stay at a job when you are miserable – no matter what. There isn’t enough money that you are getting, enough time in your days, or enough peace in your life for you to constantly go to work everyday and be miserable. It’sContinue reading “Protect Your Work-life Peace”

Job Switch Itch

Do you know what wanderlust is? It’s a really strong desire or call to travel. One who feels the call of wanderlust doesn’t sit still in one place too long. They need to go. Where they choose to go could be anywhere, but it’s a passion to get out there and travel. Do you thinkContinue reading “Job Switch Itch”