George Zimmer, CEO and founder of Men’s Wearhouse, K&G and Tux brands was fired yesterday from his own company. Shocking, sure, but it isn't the first time a founder was booted from running his own company.
If you’re looking for a job, you’ve probably got your résumé online and you may even be attending career fairs. Whether you have a little or a lot of experience in your industry, there are certain working skills that all recruiters—no matter what job they’re trying to fill—are looking for in a candidate.
When I was in high school, I took a class that actually helped us put together a resume. It was there that I realized there were certain words you should and shouldn't use if you want to land a job. But there's also a word that you shouldn't ever use once you land the job either.
What’s the most stressful job? Firefighter? Police officer? Corporate executive? Good guesses, but according to a CareerCast.com survey it’s a job in the military. Enlisted military personnel is how it’s listed. Simply put – a soldier.
Ever wonder what some of your favorite country singers would be doing for work if they were not blessed with the opportunity to entertain you with their voices, skills and talents? Dustin Lynch might have ended up attending to you on an on operating table if his career had gone in the direction he initially planned.
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