Whether you’re dreaming of a higher salary, greater professional challenges, or both, the following tips will help you get the promotion you deserve. Continue reading Want That Promotion? 6 Tips to Get You There
After Rodney and Sharron McDuffie retired from long and successful careers that included both the U.S. Armed Forces and the U.S. Government, the Raymore couple was looking for an attractive business opportunity to bolster their pension income. Continue reading After Careers With U.S. Armed Forces And Fema This Couple Opens Their Own Business
Numbers, stats and creativity are all integral parts of choreography — but they’re vital for coding, too. That’s the idea behind danceLogic, a program in Philadelphia that integrates dance and computer programming for 13 to 17-year-old girls. Continue reading Tech with a twist: Innovative youth program combines coding and dance
Once an independent print shop, Minuteman Press in Leesburg is now a full-service Minuteman Press design, marketing, and printing franchise. Continue reading Susan Olsen Shares Insights on Owning a Minuteman Press Printing Franchise in Leesburg, Florida
2019 Best CPA Firms for Women and 2019 Best CPA Firms for Equity Leadership show how investing in women is Investing in firms. Continue reading Promotions, Plateaus and Possibilities: Context; Coaching; and Cohort Networks Keep Careers on Track
The Congresswoman-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (pictured bottom left)
Until about a year ago, Puerto Rican Bronx native Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was a bartender at a Flats Fix taco and tequila bar in New York City’s Union Square. Continue reading Latinas on the Rise
Goodbye university. Hello working life. Well, that’s the plan anyway.
Making the transition from student life to full-time employment comes with mixed emotions. Beginning your career might mean sacrificing late-night drinks on a Tuesday at the campus pub, but it comes with plenty of benefits. Just picture what you’ll do with that first paycheck.
Continue reading How to Find a Job as a New Graduate
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Eight years ago, I lived in Goldhap, a refugee camp in Nepal, where more than 7,000 people reside in just over 1200 households, without running water or electricity. Continue reading From Refugee Camp to Medical School
By Julie Zhuo
Once upon a time in a past job, I received an important email in my inbox that alerted me to some distressing news. Continue reading The Secret to Being a Better Boss: Create a “How to Work With Me” Manual
By Suzanne Brown
You headed out from the office a few hours ago for a friend’s birthday happy hour, and the office has emailed, called, or texted three times already. Can’t they figure it out on their own? Continue reading How Boundaries at Work Help at Home