In support of Small Business Week, this week’s CareerOneStop blog features a model of the skills, knowledge and abilities that contribute to successful entrepreneurship. For people who operate a small business, this model may be useful to help evaluate potential…
Learn how to organize an online networking event to share job leads, generate business ideas, and more.
Have you thought about freelancing, or already started to build your freelance skills and business network?
CareerOneStop offers food for thought on aspects of freelancing to consider.
Working for yourself can be a great way to tailor your work to your specific talents and interests. It can also be a great way to be able to set your own schedule and workplace expectations.
Want to wow an employer with your skills, and create a memorable impression of the quality of work you’ve done?
Consider building a portfolio—a collection of your past work samples— to bring to interviews, send to prospective employers, or even post online.
Thinking of putting your military experience to work in your own business?
Minimum wage in the United States: if the topic incites both your curiosity and confusion, read on for some facts, myth busters, and revelations.
Nontraditional careers, tailored to individual needs and based on more than one source of income, are increasingly appealing.
Guest author Ron Elsdon elaborates in his book How to Build a Nontraditional Career Path: Embracing Economic Disruption