By: Kaitlin Kumazec
Graduating college was THE biggest accomplishment of my life thus far. I was fresh out of school and received my Bachelor's Degree in Art History. My first big mistake once I graduated was thinking that things were going to fall into my lap. Realizing that things don’t fall into anyone's lap was my first big venture into Adult Land. I really had to dig down deep and reflect on myself as a person and think about my career. For those of you out there that are recent graduates or are graduating in the near future, here are my largest pieces of advice for you:
By: Michael Pakenham
As technology continues to change the business world, there has been a rapid shift in employers allowing their employees to work from home leading to cutting commutes, potential relocation costs, and increasing general productivity. With this shift already in place, it's hard to imagine the trend reversing. Working from home may become the new norm, especially with millennials getting exposed to it early on in their career.
Personally, about six months ago, my wife had graduated from her Master's program and was offered her dream job that required a cross-country move. Working from home has allowed me to continue my career without taking any steps back, along with allowing my wife to fully pursue her career.
Being remote does have advantages but there are some tips I've learned along the way in dealing with some of the obstacles.