Career

Simple Ways to Get Hired

Fierce competition in today’s job market can make landing a new position an overwhelming process. Once upon a time, great job opportunities were sought in the classified ad section of the local newspaper and followed up with a personal telephone call. Today access to...

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Her Advice for Standing Out in Your Career

With the Louisville job market continuing to increase, employers are searching for ways to find qualified candidates. A company may look to outsource its recruiting needs to a recruiting agency.  Patricia Turner, senior executive recruiter at HR Affiliates, has been...

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How to Elevate Your Status at Work

Eleanor Roosevelt once delivered a simple and empowering message: “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” When it comes to career advancement, do we women inadvertently get in our own way? Laura Hall, founder and career counselor at Career Compass...

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The Biggest Career Mistake to Avoid

Melissa Fraser is a CPA, executive coach, and entrepreneur, who owns her own company, Breakout Business. She not only helps guide other women but has had to take her own advice as a professional and mother of four children.  She says one of the biggest mistakes people...

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A Career Without Limitations

As Market Director/Executive Director at Chase Private Client and Chase Investments, Sherry Carrico has an unusual working situation: she covers a market that ranges from Bowling Green to Louisville and includes Owensboro and Southern Indiana. This radius means that...

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Give Your Business a Boost

Wild, a Louisville-based micro-accelerator and startup business, is currently in its second season of helping female entrepreneurs gain momentum for their companies. Meet the six women selected to participate in this year’s Wild Accelerator program.[adrotate...

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She’s Giving Students the Extra Push They Need

“My favorite week of the year is commencement week...we celebrate with students after years of hard work." Dr. Lilly Massa-McKinley earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Wake Forest University, a master’s in student affairs administration from Indiana...

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What Gives this Career Development Professional Joy

As the career development coordinator at Spalding University, Kimberly Palmore found joy in assisting students with the last step of their college career: career advising. After earning her bachelor’s degree in psychology and a Master of Education in mental health...

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Shared Spaces for a Small Company

Sharing an open office space can be a tightrope to walk, but when done correctly, the benefits are able to truly shine. For starters, sharing an open work space allows for thriving collaboration, the foundation of bringing big company ideas to fruition. An open office space allows two or more employees to work closely, without walls or large physical barriers. The lack of physical barriers does not mean a room with no boundaries — there are certainly a few things to address before jumping in to this style of work environment.

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