I also crafted, revised, rewrote, and continuously edited my résumé. This résumé landed me interviews at Google, BuzzFeed, Oscar, and nearly two dozen other top startups. I also got interviews for full-time
Having a diploma can only get you so far in today's world. This story originally appeared on Personal Branding Blog In today’s business world, a college degree does not automatically lead to a great job
As it turns out, there are plenty of jobs that compensate well and afford you the ability to juggle the demands of your work and personal life with ease. To find these gigs, Glassdoor recently did some
Dear Liz, I worked in one company for 17 years and then I held my next job for eight years. I did well in both firms and left my last job at a VP level with a $218,000 compensation package. Now that I’m
Why? There are a few reasons. First, maybe they were going to offer you, say, $90,000 — but you tell them you currently make $65,000. Once they hear that, they might decide to offer you just $70,000. maybe
Kim Brown is an assistant director for Syracuse University's Career Services department. She spends a good portion of her day looking over LinkedIn profiles for job seekers and students. She makes sure
Potatoes. They don't get the respect they deserve. At every one of my birthday parties as a kid, we’d play Hot Potato. My mom would microwave a russet potato until it was nearly impossible to handle and
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Zaycon Fresh is an unusual business with an unusual story. Two brothers and their cousin, all on welfare after they fell on hard times during
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. “If only I could have learned Spanish three years ago…” “If only I learned about investing when I was still in my early twenties…” If only.
Coming across as competent isn't just a matter of looking polished and dressing the part. It turns out digging a little deeper and honing in on how you interact with others will yield far better results.
No matter where you live, the difference between how much CEOs are paid and how much the average worker takes home is, well, big. Probably even bigger than most people think. The reasons why the disparities
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Follow Entrepreneur on Facebook to join the discussion on hot topics. As co-founder of Hotwire.com and CEO of Zillow for the last seven years,
HBR recently ran a series on midcareer crises and asked experts to tackle tough questions like: Should you consider a more fulfilling job with a pay cut when you’ve got a mortgage, bills, and college to