You can’t land a job you love if you don’t know how to describe it. Here’s an interesting question: Why are the nation’s highest-achieving undergrads flying to finance and consulting? As Cal Newport observes,
This is a guest post by Nisa Chitakasem, co-author of the book, How to Get the Job You Want. She blogs at Career Blog. Her other articles for FORBES include, “How To Work A Room Like You Own The Place.”
You don’t have your dream job, but the position exists at your company. What do you do? Learn the basics of job crafting and get on the path to doing what you love. It’s not as hard as you think. My first
Russell Henry, 35, dreamed of a career in IT, but he didn’t have a college degree or the appropriate job experience. By day he worked as a manager at a local theater, and, in his free time, he spent hours
Every career is different. But some skills cut across all of them. Here are four. Some skills may be awesome but not in demand: While a sonnet might take your breath away, iambic pentameter doesn’t have
Aristotle might as well have been doling out career advice when he said that “we are what we repeatedly do.” This aphorism has taken on contemporary resonance in books like Charles Duhigg’s The Power Habit.