by Naya the Creative
Even if you don’t have tons of experience, you have value; you just need to uncover it.
by Isaiah Weaver
If you, like me, are a college student without connections to the industry, it can be incredibly difficult to find an entry-level position. But it’s not impossible.
by Bryant Galindo
We all wish our employers would recognize our value and pay us accordingly. Unfortunately, things don’t always work out that way.
You’ve taken the first step and landed the initial meeting, but now what?
by Cinthia Manuel
At times, it seemed almost impossible. But, looking back, graduating with zero debt was worth the sacrifice.
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.
by Elisabeth Rosario
Making new connections can lead you to new opportunities, but that shouldn’t be the only motivator. Build communities to help you carve different paths.
by Kevin L. Nichols
Ask yourself, What do I care about most? What do I have to offer that others don’t?
While new grads, in particular, are often afraid that asking for more could cause their offer to be rescinded if a company can’t match it, there is little merit to this fear.
by Destiny Lalane
Many of us feel stuck and are unsure how to get off the dreaded treadmill and find our productivity. Fortunately, there are remedies for these moments.
by Levo League
Summer is the perfect time to recharge and get ahead in your career.
by Nsi Obotetukudo
I’ve been building teams and companies for more than ten years, and it all comes down to communicating more, even if you think you don’t have the time.
Fostering a smooth and productive relationship with your boss isn’t a social ambition. It’s a professional one.
by Kimberly Brown
Even when you feel that things went horribly wrong, it's possible to learn from this experience
by Aladrianne Young
Being in a new country with new norms and culture forces you to constantly reflect on your own identity.
by Carlos Barksdale
When I was caught in a round of layoffs last year, I learned to present clear objectives, show real passion, and display a track record of interest. I cannot stress how important your story is.
Salary negotiations are about more than just base pay or the zeros on a check.
by Eric Higgs
If you’re thinking about making a career change, start by getting in touch with who you are.
by Gabrielle Simpson
It’s empowering to understand that you have control over your own destiny.
Because how can you improve your interview game when no one is telling you what you’re doing wrong?
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