In this episode of Careers and Coffee, Liz and Dan discuss how to use your skills, personality tendencies, and passions to find a job that is going to suit you. We published a worksheet during Career Week back in March which you can find here. Liz shows the Future Ready Iowa Career Assessment which is a great resource for job seekers. The book Dan mentions at the beginning is No More Dreaded Mondays by Dan Miller. Check out this TEDx talk by Adam Leipzig, How to know your life purpose in 5 minutes on YouTube.Continue Reading
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This week we wanted to touch base on the massive amount of job opportunities in our area as we hit Summer 2021. Liz gives some good insight into career path and a good strategy for creating transferable skills between jobs. Dan Holterhaus 0:01 Good morning, Liz. How are you? Liz Kennedy 0:03 Morning, Dan? Dan Holterhaus 0:05 Hey, we made it to June 1, Tuesday, June 1 today. What do you think? Liz Kennedy 0:09 Yeah. 2021? It's come at us. June 1 here.Continue Reading
In this episode of Careers & Coffee, Liz and Dan discuss topics such as questions to ask an employer during an interview, when to talk about salary, and what if you don't have any questions? Full Transcript Dan Holterhaus 0:01 Morning, Liz, Liz Kennedy 0:02 morning careers and coffee. Dan Holterhaus 0:05 Number eight. I got some coffee going. Liz Kennedy 0:08 I have a smoothie. But creason smoothie sounds weird. Dan Holterhaus 0:17 I'll be only on coffee during our careers and coffee chat.Continue Reading
So you did it. You survived all of those tiring all-nighters, grueling end-of-term finals and (somewhat) balanced keg stands and you're ready for next phase of your life. Graduating from college is a huge feat that calls for celebration. But when the party is over, it’s time to find a job and knowing how and where to find your first job can be tricky without proper guidance. According to a recent news experts are cautiously optimistic for graduates entering the 2021 job market.Continue Reading