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With many companies “casual” and organizations with relaxed dress codes heading up “top employer” lists, knowing what to wear to an interview is a lot more complicated than it once was. The New York Times suggests a trend toward the “interview suit.”
Last week, I reported on an experiment that Willy Franzen, from One Day, One Job conducted with new college grads who posted ads on Facebook advertising their interest in working in specific industries. The technique is bold, a bit different and did result in some networking opportunities for the 20-somethings who participated. However, the fact […]
Photo by Brittney Bush Are you “stressed out?”Ã‚Â So many of us are so busyÃ‚Â with ourÃ‚Â work and personal lives, stopping to think how to keep everything in balance doesn’t make the list of “things to do.”Ã‚Â Marci Alboher’sÃ‚Â Ã‚Â Shifting CareersÃ‚Â column in the New York Times recently recounted a session with Jennifer Edwards, whom she describes as […]
Recently, Marci Alboher’s Shifting Career’s article in the New York Times hosted a guest author on the topic of a personal board of advisors: A personal board of directors is simply a collection of people who know you, are interested in your well-being, and have useful points of view. You consult with them on a […]