Christa Reed

Perspective is the key. The lock is life. If you never figure it out, you’ll never get it right.”

Christa Reed

Hi, my name is Christa. I graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor’s in Medicine, Health, and Society. I then completed a Master’s program in Business and Entrepreneurship at the Technological University of Dublin in Ireland. I wear many work hats in life, but in my free time, I love to write content, play sports, and listen to music.

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Freelancers Rapid Rise to Independence

The rise of freelance and remote work as we transition into a post-pandemic era has been accelerated not out of exploration, but out of desperation. Many are turning to freelancing for a number of reasons, but mostly because of the benefits it brings.

6 Steps to Writing a Thank You Email

So you’ve applied to a job and got the opportunity to interview, which means that now is the time to sit back, relax, and wait for the verdict…. or not. It doesn’t stop there. Make sure to write a thank you email after your interview.

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Guide to Employment for Recent Graduates

Freeze. There you are feeling pure bliss as you throw your cap in the air with all the other graduates you endured your four years of education with. You finally did it, but now you are face with the realities of the real world. You have to find a job.

3 Ways to Combat Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

According to Medical News Today, Revenge Bedtime Procrastination is “the act of staying up after all the day’s chores and activities are complete despite it decimating our precious sleep time”. Take a look at the way Revenge Bedtime Procrastination manifests itself in the workplace.

Networking With Social Anxiety- 4 Helpful Tips

Networking with social anxiety can cause the job searching process to be a PAIN because we all know that networking is key no matter how many degrees you have. So here we will tackle 4 common obstacles of SAD and how to network despite those hurdles.

Quickly Write the 3 Types of Cover Letters

Right next to resumes, cover letters are the backbone to the job searching process. At times your cover letter can make or break your chance to land a job, internship, or network connection. There are three different types of cover letters, and each serves its own purpose.

Labor Shortage Roars on as There is no Perfect Solution in Sight

U.S. spending is skyrocketing, businesses and industries are rebounding, unemployment claims are plummeting, and the future of the economy is looking good. The state of the country is looking promising… almost too promising.

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Top 8 Free Job Posting Sites

Posting jobs for free and getting good traffic to your jobs is every entrepreneur’s and business owner’s dream. Check out the best free job postings where you can post your jobs free and not have to worry about added fees.

Top Skills for Resumes

As a graduate or someone looking for career advancement, it is time to accept the fact that the resume you build will be the one you carry with you throughout your entire working life. Make sure your skills section is relevant and helps you stand out.

5 Tips to Write the Perfect Letter of Recommendation

If you are asked to write a letter of recommendation for someone, then that person trusts you to give an accurate account of their character. Of course you don’t want to let them down, so allow us to help you.

Moving for a job: Is it the right choice?

Moving for a Job: Is it the Right Choice?

One of the biggest decisions to make in your adult life is where to settle down and establish yourself. So when you’re faced with the choice of moving for a job, things can be difficult.

Spotting the Details to Build a Construction Project Manager Resume (Coming Thursday, January 13)

So you’re ready to become a Construction Project Manager! Here’s how to find the right role and write a construction project manager resume.