We’re wrapping up 2022, and what a year it’s been for everyone, especially in the job market. We want to end the year with you by recapping some of your favorite Job Journey articles from the past 12 months. Here are your top 10 blogs of 2022. (more…)
Since 2021 is ending, (we know, we can’t believe it either) we wanted to take a step back and look at your favorite Job Journey blogs this year. We went through a lot together, from resume tips to interview struggles to kooky co-workers. Here are your top three blogs of 2021. (more…)
You might have noticed that things look a little different around here. It’s a new year, and a new us.
We’ve made the move from Movin’ On Up to Job Journey, complete with a whole new look and feel. We’re still tweaking things, but we’ve embraced brighter colors, more white space, and (this one is a biggie) a mobile friendly site!
We hope your holidays are full of joyous jubilation… and we’d like to hear from you!
Here we are, wrapping up another year of Movin’ On Up. Another year full of interview tips, resume re-works, career advice, and lots more.
We differentiate ourselves by giving you personalized content to help you get a job and survive in the workplace. Real, pertinent information that you can use in your next interview or on the first day of a new job.
That’s what we’re here for.
And that’s why we’re asking you to answer this survey. There’s just one question: What do you think about the blog? You can tell us your favorite (or least favorite) blogs, topics you want to see us write more (or less) about, and anything else that tickles your fancy.
We want to write things you want to read.
Anything else you want to say to us? Let us know in the comments section below!
We’re proud to introduce Job Journey
For more than a decade, Movin’ On Up has offered career advice and job search help for job seekers of all ages. But the Movin’ On Up name doesn’t really fit our mission. We’re about so much more than climbing the corporate ladder. Not everyone wants to be a manager, vice-president, or CEO. And that’s okay. No matter what path your career takes, employment is a journey.
To build a brand that better aligns with the soul of our blog, we are rebranding to Job Journey in January 2019. The site will have a fresh look, and be easier to use.
Getting a job isn’t a one-step process. There are several steps for job seekers, including revamping your resume, interviewing, receiving a job offer, and finally accepting the offer before your first day on the job. And that doesn’t even take into account everything that comes after. (more…)