How Older Workers Can Overcome Job Search Depression

In 2021, 3 million Americans (age 55 and over) had been out of a job since the pandemic. While one may think a simple fix is dishing out more resumes, the reality is that employment rejection and age discrimination can have a significant impact on the mental and emotional health of older job seekers. Though, […]

Disclosing Your Sexuality/Gender At Work

When, How, and Why to Disclose to Your Employer Regardless of if you’ve been out and proud for a month or 10 years, disclosing your sexuality to your employer can feel intimidating and induce anxiety. You may be asking yourself: Why do I have to disclose my sexuality or gender preferences to my employer? That’s […]

Navigating the Workplace with a Disability

Many factors contribute to professional success. Having the necessary skills for your job is a universal requirement. However, if you have a disability, there are additional considerations to keep in mind. Utilize these strategies to ensure your success in the workplace: Pursue a career within an interest or strong skill People with specific disabilities frequently […]

Top Careers for LGBTQIA+

It’s not the 1950s anymore, yet workplace discrimination still impacts queer people throughout the United States. As a Queer person you may feel like you are out in all phases of your life except for your workplace. Fortunately, there are several jobs that are friendly for queer folk! The three best careers for members of […]

5 Tips for Job Seekers Over 50 Re-entering the Workforce

Even though the Age and Discrimination in Employment Act was passed back in 1967, many workers over the age of 40 still face bias in the workplace – especially if they are competing against a wide pool of qualified candidates in today’s job market. With fewer opportunities to retire earlier, the reality is that most […]

How Diversity Can Help (and Hurt) Your Resume

During a job interview, asking a candidate questions related to their ethnic, social, cultural, or religious background is a big no-no. So, no matter where you are from, being openly discriminated against during a job interview is unlikely. Companies understand the legal implications of such discrimination, and interviewers are trained to treat all job applicants […]

How To Use Diversity To Your Advantage in the Job Search

In recent years, organizations have been looking to hire diverse candidates in order to portray a strong global outlook in a workforce made up of various different ethnicities, races, sexes, and religions.   Companies understand how important it is to have diversity within their organizations, as it provides different perspectives and a large pool of unique talents […]

Women Job Seekers Guide

In recent years, the female presence in the workforce has seen a substantial increase in just about every industry. However, the overall job market continues to be male-centric, and women often encounter challenges in the job search process that their male counterparts do not. Regardless, women today have more opportunities than ever before to make their mark […]

How To Find Firms That Value Older Workers

Many firms today prefer to recruit younger workers who have long careers ahead of them and can provide many years of value to a business. As a result, organizations tend to see an increase in the number of millennial employees, while older workers seeking new jobs are often left out of the hiring process. Thus, […]

How To Support Transgender Employees

Many large, well-known companies, including Goldman Sachs and Barclays, have recently put considerable effort into making their offices more comfortable and accepting for gay and lesbian employees. However, there is another group within the LGBT community that is often overlooked when employers consider how to make the workplace a more accepting environment – transgender individuals. To ensure a […]