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You’ve taken the first step and landed the initial meeting, but now what?
As you ease into your new job, you might find that some of the things you did while a student or intern, aren’t exactly welcomed in your brand new, shiny office.
While new grads, in particular, are often afraid that asking for more could cause their offer to be rescinded if a company can’t match it, there is little merit to this fear.
Salary negotiations are about more than just base pay or the zeros on a check.
Because how can you improve your interview game when no one is telling you what you’re doing wrong?
While it requires hard work, succeeding in your career isn’t exactly rocket science. Unless, of course, you’re an actual rocket scientist.
"This is not a volume game. It’s not about, 'Let’s just get lots of women.'" says Pinterest's head of diversity Candice Morgan.
“You have a limited amount of time to catch a recruiter or hiring manager’s eye – use it wisely.”
“We have plenty of apps that tell us how to find a date or get food delivered to our front door, but not enough around how to find clean water, track the health outcomes in your neighborhood, or other things that impact communities of color.”
The biggest mistake people make is not having a well-crafted story.
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