Here’s how to craft the perfect elevator pitch when you find yourself face-to-face with, say, the CEO of your dream company, or a hiring manager.
Former serial entrepreneur Nicole Glaros left the mountains of Boulder, Colorado, for the Concrete Jungle to head up TechStars NYC. We got the scoop on what it’s like running one of the hottest startup incubators around.
Chanel-inspired looks are always a safe bet for office wear: They’re classic, they’re elegant, and you know they’ll make you look polished, professional, and fabulous. But they’re not always budget-friendly—until now!
The big question: Is it better to apply through a third-party job board or a company’s careers page? Basically, you can’t go wrong.
Ever felt trapped in your day job, but unsure what exactly to pursue next? Our advice columnist gives some smart career and life advice to a confused creative professional.
If you want to get promoted, there’s a simple thing you can do each week. Keeping track of your progress helps you know exactly what you’ve achieved.
Everyone knows to keep a resume to one page, right? Turns out, job seekers make this mistake (and others) all the time. Direct from a hiring manager, here are the moves you should never make—and what you should do instead to stand out from the crowd.
You can now check out careers and open jobs at Mohawk Industries.
There are three key ways you can be competitive in your career and at the office, without being aggressive, mean, or malicious toward others.
No one despised networking more than this young professional—but she got over it, and so can you. If you’re dreading your next networking event, check out her tips for making the best of it.
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It’s OK to change jobs a lot when you’re starting your career, but you have to do it right.
This little-known trick can enhance your Dropbox experience tenfold.
Your first to-do should be scoping the role clearly ahead of time. Here’s a simple checklist that’ll help.
Living on a budget can be a hard lesson to learn. Take it from our “How to Deal” columnist, who had to deal with a few “low balance” warnings in the early stages of her career. Read on for her important tips for getting back on track.
From someone who’s been there, too.
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Is your boss keeping you from doing your job—or is he just managing you?
We’ve all used every excuse in the book for not taking vacation. But according to a recent article on CNN, American employees forfeited 212 million vacation days in 2017, otherwise sacrificing $62 billion in lost benefits. Hence why you should take your vacation days, today.
These days, the first set of eyes on your resume may not actually be eyes. Check out this infographic to see what applicant tracking systems are really looking for.