“For a Career Guide, 42 Years of Soft Landings”

Themes from Richard Bolles’s “What Color is Your Parachute” still resonate in today’s job market. A recent New York Times author Phyllis Korkki writes “When I went through the 42-year-old copy, I was struck by how pertinent most of its advice still was.” Click for Full Article 

Taylor Mali Poems

Great poems and important stuff to keep in mind during your job search The the Impotence of Proofreading http://www.taylormali.com/poems-online/the-the-impotence-of-proofreading/ Totally like whatever, you know? http://www.taylormali.com/poems-online/totally-like-whatever-you-know/

“Overqualified and Underemployed: The Job Market Waiting for Graduates” – Forbes

“When you think about the financial situation most students are in, it’s not hard to see why this happens. Higher levels of education do not merely add to your job prospects—it forces you to shift them upward. This means some higher-paid positions become feasible, but some lower-paid ones suddenly aren’t, either because the graduate refuses… Read More »

Interesting Take on “Dream Jobs”

“If you’re one of the millions of twentysomethings graduating from college this season, you’re likely familiar with the bittersweet feeling that comes with trading in the relative safety and security of a college experience — one that can include a meal plan, required courses, and a fairly self-contained existence — for a future of opportunity,… Read More »