Posts Tagged ‘career advice’
“We [Steve Jobs and Walter] talked about the fact that it isn’t just about your damn passion — it’s about doing something larger than yourself,” said Isaacson. “It’s about serving this world, helping others. So if you have a whole generation of people [who've been] told, ‘Oh, just follow your passion,’ they’re going to forget that [...]
Since the economy tanked in 2009 there’s been a major uptick in seeking public sector jobs. On one hand, the private sector wasn’t hiring. But for some, this economy created a rare and welcome opportunity to pursue a real, more meaningful career path. Some say the millenial generation is less interested in chasing the money.
A more nuanced way of looking at [...]
If you’re a recent college grad or young professional looking for a job and can’t find one, you’re luckier than you think. This once in a century recession is causing lots of good things to happen that almost never happen unless things really tank. When resources are scarce, we prioritize, get more efficient, become a [...]
What should new graduates do to stand out in the job market?
Hi new grads. As you know, it’s a very different world and much leaner job market than it has been for the last several decades. Companies are doing more with less people, so they are rethinking how they hire employees. The best places to [...]