Crying On The Job? You're Not Alone, With 8 In 10 Workers Shedding TearsMore than 8 in 10 workers admit to crying at work, with almost half of those saying they were driven to tears because of their bosses or colleagues, according to a new survey from career site Monster.com.
Security Director Enjoys Assisting Corporations In Risk Management“I enjoy walking away from a successful event or detail when no one has gotten hurt and the client is relieved that we were there and we handled any given situation professionally" says Ginger Happe.
Baltimore Director Leads Multidisciplinary Treatments For Eating Disorders“My absolute favorite part of the day is working directly with patients, getting to know them over time and seeing them learn and grow," says Heather Goff.
Baltimore CEO Continues His Company's Mission“For anyone that's looking to get into the field, dedicate yourself to become the expert, and people will ultimately pay you for what you know," says Dave Mattson.
Baltimore Photographers See Continuous Changes In Daily DutiesRegardless of how individual jobs have changed within the photography industry, the need for a decent photographer never has.
Baltimore Cyber Security Director Brings Safe Resolutions To Clients“Education is critical, both in terms of knowledge and all the peripheral things you learn along the way such as prioritizing tasks, time management, self-sacrifice, commitment and goal setting," says Chadd Carr.
Positive Students Continually Encourage Baltimore High School Teacher“Find a school, such as the Harbour School at Baltimore, that collaboratively and diligently works to teach, encourage, care and inspire their students each day," says Siri Llamas.
Former Freelance Writer In Baltimore Brings Value To Digital Marketing“While English seems very far from digital marketing, the skills I learned while acquiring my degree have helped immeasurably." says Geoffrey Hoesch.
Baltimore Dermatologist Helps Bring Relief Through Personal Experience“My favorite part is interacting with my patients!... It really makes my day when my patients come in feeling and looking better," says Dr. Janet Lin.
Baltimore Entrepreneur Helps Others With Business Ownership“My favorite part of my daily duties is when someone tells me they are ready to purchase a franchise from us because I know that I have helped another person build their own wealth and live out the American dream of business ownership," says Mark Cashman.
Baltimore Area Employers Seek Out Extra Help For The HolidayWhile some seasonal jobs are extensions of regular jobs calling for extra help, other jobs are purely seasonal in the fact that the positions only exist around the holidays.
Licensed Psychotherapist Enjoys Helping Others Repair Relationships“The end of each session, I usually feel good about what was discussed, and I like reviewing what goals we worked on and what progress each client is making," says Dr. Stephanie Weiland-Knarr.
Baltimore Education Coach Facilitates Care For Students Needs“Working in education is challenging but very rewarding work in terms of having a positive impact on the lives of children and youth," says Dr. Michaele Samuel.
Retired Baltimore Urologist Credits Clinical Curriculum“Georgetown University had a strong clinical curriculum that prepared us for what we were going to encounter as physicians," says Dr. Robert Gessler.
Baltimore Restaurant Owner Credits Marketing Degree In New Business“In my current role, I am in charge of marketing our restaurant as well as managing day-to-day operations. My role is really an umbrella role. No day looks the same. Some days, I am in the kitchen; others, I’m on the register. I moonlight as a bartender and barista at times as well," says James Shaffer.