Younger Employees

30
Jan

10 Things Your Boss Won’t Tell You

{Click here to read the original article on Glassdoor.}

While transparency in the workplace is all the rage, there are still a few things that your boss or manager may not reveal to you in a one-on-one conversation or meeting. And that’s no real surprise, right? When you think of “things your boss won’t tell you,” employees’ minds may instantly jump to big announcements and corporate secrets. However, there are some tidbits that won’t make front-page news, but that a boss still won’t tell you.

Don’t believe us?! We asked a few managers and directors to dish on the sentences they’d almost never utter to their teams. Read more

4
Apr

Everything You Need to Know About Managing Millennials

{Click here to read the original article on Experteer.com.}

Millennials are now America’s biggest generation — isn’t it time we started paying more attention to the way we manage them? According to information collected by the US Census Bureau, millennials, who are categorized as being born between 1982 and 2000, now exceed 83 million, outnumbering baby boomers by more than 13 million. Read more

21
Mar

Before the Job Interview, Do Your Homework

{Click here to read the original article on The NY Times.}

Q. You’ve just graduated from college and are entering a tough job market. What kind of interview preparation will help you stand out?

A. Research the company and the industry, says Adrien Fraise, founder of Modern Guild, which provides online career coaching to college students and high school seniors. Read more

14
Mar

5 Skills That Will Impress Every Hiring Manager

{Click here to read the original article on The Muse.}

Whether you’re in college and starting to think about your career path or considering a career change to a new field, you might be asking yourself, “What do I want to be?”

But a more important question to think about may be: “Am I marketable to a variety of positions?” Read more

31
Jan

Is Job-Hopping A Career Killer? Ask Any Successful Millennial.

{This article originally appeared on Experteer.com.}

If you’re paying attention to the epochal shift were sitting through right now, you’ll know that the so-called taboo on job hopping is exactly that: imaginary. At least, it is to anyone under 40 right now. Read more

16
Dec

The 100 Best Jobs (ranked by US News)

{Click here to read the original article on US News.}

The U.S. workforce has myriad talents, desires and lifestyles, so there is no one best job that suits each one of us. But if we were to define a good job generally, there are some unequivocal factors. The best jobs pay well. They challenge you without stressing you out too much. There’s room to grow and advance. Maybe most importantly, the best jobs are ones that are hiring. From dentist, to accountant, to middle school teacher and civil engineer, the occupations on U.S. News’ list of 100 Best Jobs of 2015 are ranked according to their ability to offer this elusive mix. Read more

18
Aug

How I Landed 15 Job Interviews in 30 Minutes

{Click here to read the original article on TheMuse.com.}

At 20, I was gaining valuable experience and building my portfolio, which was going well until my father said “No more unpaid internships.”

In other words, I needed a job – and fast. Read more

9
Jun

3 Ways to Make Your Résumé More Recruiter-Friendly

{Click here to read the original article on The Muse.}

When you’re writing your résumé or working on your LinkedIn profile, we bet you’ve wished you could get into hiring managers’ heads. What are they really looking for? How can you make your resume catch their eyes? Read more

1
Aug

The Curse of the Class of 2009

{Click here to read the original article on The Wall Street Journal.}

For College Grads Lucky Enough to Get Work This Year, Low Wages are Likely to Haunt Them for a Decade or More

The bad news for this spring’s college graduates is that they’re entering the toughest labor market in at least 25 years.

The worse news: Even those who land jobs will likely suffer lower wages for a decade or more compared to those lucky enough to graduate in better times, studies show. Read more

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