Regardless of how natural it may feel, it is not productive or beneficial to compare and contrast your accomplishments with others. Here are a few reasons why.
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Here’s how you can find out if the company you’re interviewing with has your ideal work environment.
One of the most exciting, but least talked about aspects of being a new hire is adjusting to a different work culture. Find out which one works best for you.
As Malachy McCourt once said, “[Anger] or resentment is like taking poison and expecting the other person to die.” Anger may feel good and even justified in the moment, but the payoffs of keeping your cool at work are much greater than letting your anger control you.
As we approach the new year and prepare for all that 2018 holds, read about some of the issues that were most important to our millennial readers — spanning self-care, public speaking, career development and work-life balance. Here are the top ten, most-read First 5 stories from 2017.
Striving for humility or trying not to stand out in an ostentatious way can mean that people miss out on opportunities to get ahead.
While these steps are no silver bullet to overcoming your quarter-life crisis, they will help you navigate this difficult time. Embrace the uncertainty and know that this period is only temporary. Keep in mind that you are not alone and you will come out of it a more weathered, experienced and insightful professional.
Funded by the State Department and administered by TWC, the Foreign Affairs and Information Technology (FAIT) fellowship program provides current graduate and undergraduate students pursuing an IT-related degree with the chance to apply technology solutions to diplomacy.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – except when you think about all the things that can really get you down. Things are especially tough for millennials. Even so, there are many more reasons for millennials to be grateful this year.
Navigating life as a young, working professional is challenging enough, but there’s something particularly hard about losing touch with those things that defined you for four years of your life. But in your transition to the real world, you don’t have to lose who you are.