• National Able Network | Career Expert Series: Kat Caraway

    It’s time again for another installment of National Able Network’s Career Expert Series! This week, we sit down with Career Coach, Kat Caraway, who advises‪ job seekers to make sure they have a plan going into their job search and know how to communicate their skills and career goals to a potential employer. Click on the video above to […]

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    A Parent’s Never-Ending Task: Keeping the Questions Alive

    As a father of an amazing four-year-old boy, I often find myself having to answer a multitude of creative and ambiguous questions that at no other point in my life would I have thought I’d have to answer, much less answering someone who has only been using the toilet somewhat regularly for a little over […]

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    World Elder Abuse Awareness Day | June 15, 2016

    Ten years ago, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) was launched by the International Network for the prevention of Elder Abuse and the World Health Organization at the United Nations. According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, the purpose of WEAAD is to “provide an opportunity for communities around the world to promote a better […]

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    How to Make The Most of Your Summer Job Search with Social Media!

    Summer is rapidly approaching and it’s the perfect time to get started on your job search! Typically, many people use the summer to take a break from their job search. This makes June through August the best time to get the jump on a period of lower competition for job openings and start finding and applying for jobs using […]

  • National Able Network | Career Expert Series: Jon Kimmel

    Click on the video above to watch National Able Network’s latest installment of the Career Expert Series! This week, we sit down with IT Career Lab Account Manager, Jon Kimmel who tells us the numerous benefits of using LinkedIn in your job search. These benefits include networking with others in your industry, having a platform for your online portfolio, accruing skill […]

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    Introducing Outplacement by CareerPlace™

    As a business entrepreneur and as a manager with forty-five years of frontline experience, people occasionally ask me what was the most difficult and unpleasant task you’ve had to deal with during your career. Was it applying for a bank loan, losing business to a competitor, or having to initiate a layoff or terminating an […]

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    “I could not have done it without the help and support of National Able Network.”

    Today marks the last day of Older Americans Month. Throughout the month of May, we showcased our successful senior clients who are “Blazing a Trail” in their lives! (Visit our Facebook page to see how our clients are Blazing a Trail!) For our final Older Americans Month blog post, our client Dana Linscott authored his own post about how he is blazing […]

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    Reflections on Memorial Day from Veterans Career Coach Bobby Wise

    As the winter chill began to loosen its grip on Chicago, I started walking home from work more often. My urban hikes weren’t motivated by vanity or concern about my personal carbon footprint. Mile-by-mile I was preparing for a much longer walk that I participate in every Memorial Day. This Friday, I’ll be joining hundreds […]

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National Able Network | Career Expert Series: Kat Caraway

It’s time again for another installment of National Able Network’s Career Expert Series! This week, we sit down with Career Coach, Kat Caraway, who advises‪ job seekers to make sure they have a plan going into their job search and know how to communicate their skills and career goals to a potential employer. Click on the video above to […]

Matt-J Pic_v2

A Parent’s Never-Ending Task: Keeping the Questions Alive

As a father of an amazing four-year-old boy, I often find myself having to answer a multitude of creative and ambiguous questions that at no other point in my life would I have thought I’d have to answer, much less answering someone who has only been using the toilet somewhat regularly for a little over […]

WEAAD photo_v2

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day | June 15, 2016

Ten years ago, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) was launched by the International Network for the prevention of Elder Abuse and the World Health Organization at the United Nations. According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, the purpose of WEAAD is to “provide an opportunity for communities around the world to promote a better […]