New Boss? Dealing with Disruption at Work

So. Your favorite boss was recruited to work somewhere else. Next thing you know, there’s a new Sheriff in town and you know next to nothing about this person except that they’re different and your world seems turned upside down! They do things different. Their personality is not the same. They don’t seem as approachable! […]

Job Seeking Routines Can Help you Achieve your Job Seeking Goal

For many professionals, changing jobs or careers is a daunting task. It takes time. There’s risk involved. There’s definitely some common rejection. And there’s a lot of unknowns that drive you crazy (Did they get my resume? Why didn’t I get the job? Will the see me as too old? Over-qualified? Asking for too much?) […]

Internships: Pathways to Careers

Internships are perhaps one of the most important ways for college students to jump start their careers. They are great introductions to the cultures, the personalities, the hierarchies and the normal politics and the pressures of everyday work life. They are also important resume builders for recent college graduates. As a matter of fact, in […]

Want to Serve on a Nonprofit Board?

I have served as a board member/trustee on many nonprofit boards throughout my career.  I currently sit on the Board of Rocky Mountain PBS but have served as a board member of the Colorado Symphony, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce,  the National Sports Center for the Disabled and many more.  I’ve met amazing people and developed life-long friendships […]

Stuck in your job? How to avoid Career Stagnation

It is very common to get caught up in your current, day-to-day job that you can easily put the management and progression of your career on the back burner.   But think about it: your career is always a work in progress.  It is always something that requires attention in terms of learning new skills, in […]

Only YOU are Responsible for Your Happiness at Work

I remember a specific moment after college graduation (some 30 years ago) where I was floundering and really believed that other people and other things were responsible for my happiness.and success. I remember the time when I believed if only I lived somewhere else I’d be happy or if only I had another job I’d […]

What You Need to Know If You’re Applying for a Job in Colorado

Westword newspaper recently featured AH Jobs List to discuss things to consider when applying for a job in Colorado. What You Need to Know If You’re Applying for a Job in Colorado By Michael Roberts FRIDAY, JULY 14, 2017 Denver is one of the best cities in the country for job seekers, and the employment […]

It’s Time to Rid the Voices That Are Limiting Your Ambitions

Has anyone ever planted a seed in your brain that has convinced you that you are incapable of achieving something great?  It might have been a throwaway comment long ago from a parent or a teacher.  Or it might have been a recent boss, a colleague or even a spouse who told you your idea was […]

How To Look For A Job While You Are Currently Employed

According to different surveys over the years, approximately 70% of visitors to Andrew Hudson’s Jobs List are currently employed. Yep….you heard that right: 7 out of 10 professionals looking for a job are currently employed. This actually makes sense. Throughout a career, most ambitious professionals are always considering the next step in their career progression. […]

The Salary Question

Andrew: The one area of the job search that aggravates me more than any other is the question relating to salary. I see job postings that require me to put a salary history or a salary expectation and I immediately start to think that if I put what I really think I’m worth, I won’t […]

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