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5 Reasons You Should Thank Your Job Search Competition

By Dave Ellis on In any economy, good or bad, you have a lot of competition for every job search. The internet, social media and also the rise of the global “gig economy” have only increased how hard you need to fight for every opportunity. Intimidated? Most people would answer “Yes!” “Work like there is... read more

Millennial Stereotype Busted: “Paying Your Dues” is Bullsh*t

By Lauren Kirkpatrick on Last week I went to a movie on a Tuesday afternoon. I finished working for the day and felt I could use some “me time” to watch one of the Oscar-nominated movies. Later that evening, learning I took two hours off surprised my dad. I asked how was it different than... read more

How NOT to Ask for a Recommendation

By Lauren Kirkpatrick on As a college student or young professional, you might find yourself in the position of needing a recommendation or a reference. And sometimes, this is easier said than done. Figuring out who to ask is just the first part of the process. Whether it’s a professor, an advisor, or a... read more

How a Mentor Can Up Your Career Game

By Levo League on Sometimes you get to a point in your career where you need guidance from someone who’s been there before. Enter the mentor. The benefits of having a stellar business mentor can be long term, from shaping the way you think about work-life balance to helping you set realistic professional goals. See what these 10 business owners have... read more

Here’s What “You’re Interviewing Them as Much as They’re Interviewing You” Actually Means

By Sara McCord on The Muse As you prepare for an upcoming interview, your loved ones are wishing you good luck, and at least one says: “Remember, you’re interviewing them just as much as they’re interviewing you.” You nod and smile, because you’re pretty sure you’re supposed to know what this means—but in reality, you... read more