MBA degrees cost a lot of money. Harvard’s MBA will set you back by $150,000 in tuition fees alone. But increasingly, it looks like the heavy investment is worth it. Continue reading MBA Salaries Hit Record High
You’ve finally found your passion and launched that dream business only to find it challenging to get funding. You’re scratching your head because you have a solid business plan, yet the dollars aren’t rolling in. The truth is Continue reading How To Make Yourself Attractive To Small Business Investors
Landing a job is a challenge for many professionals. Landing a job without any experience can be an even bigger challenge. For a job seeker without any experience, it’s discouraging when you’ve applied for dozens Continue reading Applying for entry-level jobs? Do these things to write your cover letter
Think about any incredibly successful person and it’s easy to assume they possess something special Continue reading Science Says You Need 1 More Thing to Be Exceptionally Successful (and Incredibly Wealthy)
Krista Farney left a job she had for almost two decades, but she loves her newest gig, even though she has had to enter some previously uncharted territory. Continue reading She Left the World of Wireless Communications Behind To Enter a Traditionally Male Endeavor-Flooring!
Often requiring long hours and grueling days at the office, finance remains one of the highest-paying sectors in the U.S. economy. Continue reading Does a Career in Finance Pay Off?
Kay Wallace lives by the quote, “Results. Period.” The new president and CEO of the National Black MBA Association—which just held its 41st Annual Conference and Exposition in Houston, Texas—is all about achieving results.
Continue reading Meet NBMBAA’s New President & CEO: Kay Wallace
Your stomach drops to the floor. Your palms get sweaty. You begin to ramble incoherently, or worse, can’t come up with anything to say at all. Almost all of us know the feeling of making a big mistake during an interview. Continue reading Messed up in a job interview? Here’s how to recover
Delta Air Lines recently flew 120 girls from Salt Lake City, Utah, to NASA in Houston as part of an initiative to close the gender gap in aviation. Continue reading An All-Female Flight Crew Took 120 Girls to NASA in an Initiative to Close Aviation’s Gender Gap
According to a recently released survey from salary, jobs and career database, PayScale, holders of these bachelors degrees said they felt they were unemployed. Continue reading 17 College Majors That Report Higher Underemployment