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Sherri Shepherd Offers Advice on "Making a Living"

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Actress, comedian, co-host on ABC’s “The View,” and author of the recently released “Permission Slips,” Sherri Shepherd does it all. Recently she joined Maggie Mistal, host of “Making a [&hellip…

Food Network's Susie Fogelson Shares Career Advice

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Susie Fogelson, senior vice president of marketing and brand strategy at Food Network and judge on “The Next Food Network Star,” joined Maggie Mistal on “Making a Living” on Friday afternoon. Susie [&hellip…

Are You Too Old for the Job You Want?

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Maggie Mistal and I love to debate careers, which is why we spend an hour doing it every month on Whole Living. Our latest topic: Are you too old [&hellip…

7 Actions to Take if You're Ready for a Career Change

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Recently I debated with Martha Stewart Living career coach Maggie Mistal (host of “Making a Living with Maggie” which airs every Friday at 4pm East on the Martha [&hellip…

A "Day in the Life" with Whole Living Host, Terri Trespicio

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Excited to continue sharing with you a “day in the life” with our team of successful radio hosts! A great way to figure out if a career is [&hellip…

A "Day in the Life" with Living Today Host, Mario Bosquez

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A great way to figure out if a career is right for you is to talk to successful people in that field.  That’s why on Making a Living, [&hellip…

Career Advice with Maggie: Where to start when updating a resume

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“I haven’t updated my resume in almost five years and I don’t even know where to begin. Is it worth it to hire a resume writer and how [&hellip…

Career Advice with Maggie: What's the best way to say thank you after an interview?

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What’s the most effective way to say “thank you” after you’ve interviewed for a job? Is a handwritten note better than an email? How long should the note [&hellip…