working woman

Simply sending in a resume and hoping for a call back isn’t going to cut it these days.

As reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and CBSNews.com, women are currently out earning men in part time work. Although men, in general, continue…

I am always amazed and entertained when my friends and I discuss my personality type. I am definitely an introvert 85% of my life in…

Are you officially tired of the monotony of your typical 9 to 5 work day? Have you been laid off or underemployed for years with…

As we continue to enjoy what’s left of the summer months of 2013, many of us will take time out of our work schedules to…

The use of social media in today’s working environment is almost a necessity to stay on top of up to date trends, potential jobs and…

Bartering–the direct trade of goods and services–has existed since the beginning of time and despite the introduction of money into society, it still serves as…

I recently had the pleasure of gathering with over 250 fellow women entrepreneurs for the “2013, Savor the Success” Conference at The Altman Building in…

I promise you. He is not intimidated by you because you are an independent woman. Yes, you are holding your own in the workplace, making…

A recent article published in the New York Times, “The Anxiety of the Unanswered Email” touched a very serious nerve with me. The article pointed…

Cerese Dolman took a chance one day that changed her life. After graduating from Clark-Atlanta University, Cerese found herself working as a commercial interior designer,…

After you have graduated from college, graduate or post graduate studies, one thing changes tremendously and that is your previous access to two free weeks…