Job seekers write in to ask questions about whether or not they should return to school to help them in their career and other education-related questions.
Question: I'm 39 and I've been in the music business as a touring sound and studio engineer and musician for nearly 25 years. I’ve also recently…
I need advice about how to ask for a transfer to another department in my company.
My dilemma is whether I should earn an MA in journalism to learn to cover the news as a reporter, or try to become a copy editor, since they are in high demand.
Because I am not sure of my career path, I don't even know what internships will lead to the jobs/areas with the money. Any info you can give will be appreciated.
How can I help my 24-year-old daughter move on from her low-paying job of nine years?
Do I look like a notorious churner for my new employer, quitting my job so soon for new opportunity? Or is there the possibility for me to explain my situation?
I want to make a career change outside of psychology and would like your thoughts on what might be the most fruitful areas to market my doctorate and experience.
I have been working in the consumer finance industry for 10 years now and feel stuck. Although I have extensive experience, I want to leave the industry.
I am in the process of making a career switch to working with Cisco routers, bridges, etc. How should I position myself when interviewing and on my resume?