Career Advice

Job Search Competition: How to Rise Above the Rest

October 9th, 2019
By: Heather McMillen

A great resume and cover letter paired with experience aren’t always enough to get you an interview or an offer. Many applicants are facing heavy competition for desired roles and need to set themselves apart from the mix.


Genetically Altered Mice Provide Insight Into Stuttering

September 11th, 2019
By: JobsTherapy.com Content Staff

Could genetically engineered mice help researchers identify the neurological problems associated with stuttering, a speech disorder affecting approximately 1 percent of U.S. adults? According to a new study published in the Proceeding...


Relocating For Work—Are You Making The Right Decision?

August 14th, 2019
By: Heather McMillen

Finding and receiving an offer on a new job is exciting and opens a new chapter of your life. Sometimes that chapter includes moving to a new city or state. Before you make the big move, there are several factors to consider ahead of ...


New Standardized Measurement Tool Developed to Evaluate Pediatric Facial Palsy

July 10th, 2019
By: JobsTherapy.com Content Staff

A team of researchers from nine countries, including the United States, has created a standardized measurement tool for pediatric facial palsy that could help treat the millions of children worldwide who are living with this condition...


Experiencing Job Burnout, Part 2: Side Effects and How to Cope

June 12th, 2019
By: Heather McMillen

While job burnout is quite common, you may not have recognized how destructive it can be to your mental and physical health. The severity can be classified by a variance of degrees. First-degree burnout is the easiest to recover from ...

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