Elise from Dover, DE, asks, “I started college this year. I’m starting to hear more people talk about how it’s important to have good credit, but I don’t know the first thing about finances. Any tips?”
Stella from Tuscaloosa, AL, asks, "I identify myself as a member of the LGBT community. I think I have been discriminated against in my job, but mostly I just want to be in a workplace where I can be accepted for who I am. How can I find that great fit?"
Mecca from Fargo, ND, asks, "I got fired from my last job. How do I explain that in a job interview?"
Bill from El Paso, TX, asks “I have a felony charge from 11 years ago. How do I explain that to an employer?”
Maxine from Reno, NV, asks, “I am homeless, with no job, no car or license, no family. I don’t know where to begin.”
Diane from Chattanooga, TN, asks, “I really like animals and think I might want to work with them for a career. Can you tell me more about what a veterinary tech does and what training or education I might need?”
Benny from Lexington, KY, asks, "I've been out of work for three months and am attending networking events in hopes of increasing my chances. Someone told me I should have an elevator speech ready. Can you tell me what that means?"
Stan from Great Falls, MT, asks, “I’m applying for an office job that involves some writing, and the employer wants me to submit some writing samples. I’ve never had to do this before. Can you help?”
Judy from Denton, TX, asks "I'm currently unemployed and looking for a job. I have a lot of great skills and experience, but I'm not very comfortable selling myself to potential employers. Any advice?"
Mary from Sioux City, IA, asks, "My commute to in the summer is smoking hot, and not in a good way. But flip flops and tank tops are banned. How can I keep my cool and my job?"