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Cally Martin

Callan is a social media loving, blog writing, event planning freelancer who believes in the power of the oxford comma. Originally from America’s high-five (Michigan), she’s been in Austin since 2015 and doesn’t plan on moving anytime soon. When not attached to WiFi, she can be found running around the lake or drinking mimosas at brunch.


The 3 New Year’s Resolutions Job Seekers Can Actually Keep

By Cally Martin / December 31, 2015

New Year's resolutions: Easy to make; hard to keep. If ‘finding a new job’, (or simply “find a job”) is on your list, we have a few resolutions to add to your list. But unlike the always daunting “go to the gym 5 days a week”; these are much more doable!   Stay sane, It’s […]


The Struggle Is Real: 9 Not-So-Funemployment Lessons

By Cally Martin / December 18, 2015

Congratulations, millennial! You graduated from college and are preparing to enter the workforce (or you’ve already taken your first stepping stone job). One obstacle down, one million to go.   There was no question as to whether or not you  would attend college after high school. It’s just what you do. So you enter the […]


How to Rock Your Out-of-Office Auto-Reply

By Cally Martin / December 8, 2015

Out of town for the #holidays? Use these tips to help manage your inbox while you’re gone.   With the holidays in full-swing, vacations and PTO have us constantly writing #out-of-office messages and our inboxes continue to grow without any sign of letting up.   So how can you manage your inbox, stay connected to […]


What NOT to do at Your Company Holiday Party

By Cally Martin / December 4, 2015

We could list off all the things deemed appropriate for work parties this holiday season, but where’s the fun in that? Instead here is a list of all the things you should definitely NOT do at your #holiday party this year!   Enjoy a glass or two of libations, but do not indulge in the open […]


How to Turn a Seasonal Gig into a Full-Time Job

By Cally Martin / November 30, 2015

Fa la la la la, la la la la… Every year, an increase in holiday shopping requires retailers to add thousands of jobs. These gigs are a great way for job seekers to “test drive” a position or company (or both!). There’s also potential that a part-time job may lead to full-time employment, from sales […]


25 Secret Santa Gifts Under $25…

By Cally Martin / November 24, 2015

... that’ll make anyone happy you’re their coworker.   As the “#Secret Santa” picks come around you are eager with anticipation to find out who you will pick, and then comes the terror of picking Tom from Accounting… “Who’s Tom? Have I ever met him?!”   Have no fear, we have collected 25 great #gifts […]


How to Get Hired from Miles Away

By Cally Martin / November 12, 2015

Searching for jobs out of state? We have some tips to give you an edge on getting noticed by hiring managers (and getting hired) no matter where you live! In college we don’t have the same perspective as we do a few years into our careers. College is where you find yourself, career path, and dream […]


Is Your Company Prepared for the Millennial Surge?

By Cally Martin / November 1, 2015

There are so many stereotypes for millennials, it’s hard to shake them (mostly because at least one of them is true for each of us). But don’t diminish the work we have done and will do based on them. Those exact stereotypes are what drive us to be innovators, disruptors, and your next amazing employees. […]


Your Second Home: 10 Ways to Upgrade Your Cubicle

By Cally Martin / October 21, 2015

(Featured image from Flip It) You probably spend 40 hours (or more) a week working in a cube farm, but it doesn’t mean your work-space has to be sterile and soulless. We found a few things to improve your home sweet cubicle.   A Sit That Fits For those of us who endure sitting for […]


8 Job Search Essentials You'll Love

By Cally Martin / October 20, 2015

(Featured image from MOO.com) Leave Your Mark In a world where social media and all things internet are king, Aliza Licht writes about how you can use your social channels to position yourself as an expert in your field—which can make all the difference when you’re job hunting! Leave Your Mark  is a job seeker’s […]

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