Staying sane through the job search

Katie Hinderer | 30 October 2012

Staying sane during the job search is tough! Here are some tips for making it through the process:

YP: What to Wear on Your First Day at a New Job

Katie Hinderer | 12 September 2011
Last week I stood in a friend’s walk-in closet and stared at her clothing options. It was 10pm and the following day she would begin her first day of teaching high school students.
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