Nanny Job Comes With $128K Salary, Use Of Maserati & Meals By Star ChefA family in London is looking for an experienced nanny willing to meet their needs on an annual salary of nearly $130,000.
Employee Is Suing His Boss Because His Job Was Too BoringHe has taken his former employer Interparfums to court because his job was too boring.
Why Your Resumé Isn't Getting You In The DoorHaving a hard time getting your foot in the door for a job interview? Farai Chideya, author of "The Episodic Career," shares her tips for making yourself stand out from the pack!
Philadelphia Cyber Security Instructor Enjoys Cracking The Case“It may take days or weeks to arrive at a finding, and it may not even be a consequential part of the broader case. But when you find the critical nugget that helps ‘crack the case,’ it’s an awesome and rewarding ‘high-five’ moment,” says Philip Hagen.
Psychology Professor Advocates For Self-Directing And Prioritizing“Learning how to prioritize and how to self-direct also are incredibly important. There are so many things to do in a day, you need to determine what truly needs to be done and make sure it actually gets done,” says Dr. Buskirk-Cohen.
Philadelphia CEO Suggests You Empower The Team Around You“You have to be focused on making sure that everyone around the table feels that they are heard. Your job is to empower the team,” says Noreen Beaman.
Continuing Education Is Helpful When Seeking Employment In Philadelphia“Getting an additional education and certifications help us find the perfect fit for candidates,” says Alex Griffin.
Philadelphia CEO Says Degrees Show A Long Term Commitment“The HR people like to see a degree because it shows that the applicant can set and achieve a long range goal,” says Christopher Porter.
Continuing Education Is Beneficial At Many Levels“Even for veteran teachers, taking advantage of continuing education opportunities is a great way to re-energize and refresh your praxis,” says Lisa Shechtman.
Philadelphia Lawyer Finds His True Passion In Technology“I was fortunate enough to receive degrees in computer science, law and rabbinic ordination, and both the knowledge and rigorous logical analysis gained during those pursuits are something I use every day,” says CEO Jonathan Frankel.
Healthcare Administrator Encourages Others To Find Professional Mentors“Align yourself with superiors who have your best interest at heart—that they are focused on your development and not on their status,” says Dr. Marilyn Benoit.
A Healthy Environment Is Beneficial Says Philadelphia CEO“It is so important to create a healthy environment for team members so that they can reach their full potential at work. Employers and managers need to nurture employees and offer as many health and wellness benefits as they possibly can,” says Kelly Maack.
Diverse Experience Is Necessary For Philadelphia Real Estate Agents“In today’s market it is important that we hire agents who will work at this career full time. The business is getting more and more complicated, and in order to make a great living at this profession, agents need to be experienced in all types of real estate transactions,” says John Zeigler.
Therapist Uses Multi-Disciplinary, Collaborative Approach To Treat Children“I firmly believe that a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach is best when it comes to assessing and treating children and adolescents,” says Dr. Kate Altman.
Philadelphia Area Charter School CEO Encourages Educators To Fan The Flame"Our verse as educators is to fan that flame, not to extinguish it. If you love children, if you love to learn and if you have a growth mindset, you are ready to fan the flame of learning," encourages Nicolle Hutchinson.