Pamela McCreary had one month to find other work within her company or take a severance package. She decided to step out on faith and bet on herself.
Now is the time to begin working on something that is not career related: Your mental stability.
Don’t give up. There are still internships available, and employers are still hiring as our city continues to loosen up COVID-19 restrictions.
As COVID-19 and now political protests rage across the country, taking care of our mental health is important. We talk to a mental health counselor to learn how.
Even now when many businesses are closed, there are some that are looking for employees, and, in fact, are rather desperate to fill jobs.
There are things you can do to feel productive and improve your skills during this period of social distancing.
She was 21, with two kids, and isolated from family and friends. He was mentally abusive and controlling. One day she nearly lost her life at his hands. How one woman was able to survive domestic abuse.
This week, we trace Khalif Rainey’s journey to becoming an alderman. Plus we give you the scoop on several hiring events.
A hiring event at Miller Park, recruitment sessions for Census 2020, a job fair for those returning to the community and an info session on a road building certification program are among the opportunities for our community.
Construction programs, a mobile job van for Milwaukee’s men and a 16-week IT program are some of the employment opportunities available.