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?
by Alexis Jones
Don’t get caught up in the campus bubble. The world is huge – you’ll find that not only will your life be enriched as you expand your horizons, but so will your writing.
by Adrian Hopkins
I made it my mission to convince The Times that I was not just a good fit for its team, but an essential part of it charting a successful course.
by Kevin L. Nichols
As a serial conference attendee, I've developed a science to getting the most out of these events.
by Nadia Abouzaid
Your résumé is a marketing tool – you’re selling yourself and the value you can bring to an organization. Here's how to do it.
by Coss Marte
I opened my fitness business on the exact same corner where I used to sell drugs. Now my team and I are opening our second studio, ConBody Midtown, at Saks Fifth Avenue.
by Dontaira Terrell
Speaking with everyone from Anthony Anderson to Tia Mowry and Lisa Leslie to Adrienne Bailon, I’ve learned how to conduct a killer interview.
by Shelcy Joseph
“The work it takes to be physically, emotionally and mentally healthy should never take a backseat.”
by Lindsey Day
Every idea is not a business, and everyone is not necessarily equipped (financially, emotionally, or otherwise) to be a business owner.
by Lauren Washington
This mission to give Black women the support they need to create the next billion-dollar tech company shouldn’t be radical.
by Joy Ekuta
Hackathons are not only fantastic opportunities to inspire and pioneer new ideas – they’re also great opportunities to connect with recruiters.
“You have a limited amount of time to catch a recruiter or hiring manager’s eye – use it wisely.”
by Amma Marfo
The introverted brain thrives on the opportunity to dive deep into a topic. Take advantage of that.
by Paula T. Edgar
Oftentimes, all it takes to elevate someone is using whatever power you have to speak up on their behalf. And sometimes you have to break the rules.
by Monique Carswell
It's key to establish an open-door policy with your manager and have conversations about your development throughout the year. Here's how.
by Asha Dahya
“I want to share some of my tried and tested productivity tips, which are fairly simple and have become a lifesaver (and a timesaver).”
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