Think back to your first job. Was it babysitting your neighbor’s kids? Did you work at the local fast-food restaurant during high school? While you earned money during your stints at those jobs, you likely did not have to interview in formal dress to earn your position. Continue reading Professionalism in the Workplace
Marlene Arroyo may have started her career in finance, but it was the human aspect of any job that always drew her in. From Dell to her current role as Vice President of People Operations at Liftoff Mobile Inc., a high growth tech company in Silicon Valley, she has made it her career mission to champion employees and embrace how their humanity impacts their jobs. Continue reading Here’s How This Latina Navigated Her Transition From Finance To Tech
While there are many factors for the job seeker to consider in landing that new job, one stands out as particularly critical—and often overlooked. Your employment references will surely be vetted by prospective employers and can ultimately make-or-break the hiring decision. Continue reading Job Reference Misconceptions That Can Damage Your Career
When it comes to job interviews, preparation is key. But, that sentiment doesn’t just apply to the candidate—it’s equally important for you as the interviewer.
Continue reading Top 10 Questions to Ask an Interviewee
One of the first things that college students should do when they arrive to campus is lock down an on-campus job. It’s a great way to make some extra money, meet new people and even earn better grades.
Continue reading 4 on-campus jobs that can set you up for success after graduation
Heineken USA announced on Tuesday that it would be appointing Maggie Timoney as its newest CEO—the first woman to serve as chief executive of a major American beer company. Continue reading Maggie Timoney Becomes Heineken USA’s First Female CEO
STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math—skills have become increasingly valuable, and careers in STEM are among the fastest-growing and highest-paying. Yet Latinas only account for 3 percent of the industry. Meet two young professionals who are making their mark in their STEM careers, leading the way for other Latinas to enter into these much-needed, highly paid fields. Continue reading Young Professionals are Shaking Things Up in STEM
Life in general is competitive. Professional life, much more so. You want to achieve results – tip the hand in your favor, so to speak. Continue reading The Art of Negotiating: What You Need to Know
You spot your dream job, but it’s a reach — a reach beyond the next step in your career. It’s two steps or three steps or 10 steps removed from what your next job should be — and so, you stop just short of applying. But you should apply anyway. Why?
Continue reading 7 Things to Know if You’re Applying to a ‘Reach’ Position