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.
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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.
There are four scientifically-based patterns of behavior: pioneers, drivers, guardians and integrators. Knowing which traits emerge more strongly in which people can help employers drive more rewarding collaboration among teams. As for millennials, they can help us better understand our work styles and help us tap into our specific strengths.
It’s that time of year again: is your cover letter ready?
Because millennials value both organizational mission and opportunities for personal and career development, agencies’ overall Employee Engagement Index scores can be a particularly useful measure to indicate where young people could feel most motivated and satisfied at work.
Self-care looks different for everyone, but it’s important to take care of yourself and give yourself time to heal. Here are some ways to recharge and practice self-care in the aftermath of a tragedy.
Don’t like the idea of managing? That’s okay! Here are 5 ways for you to still move up in your career.
While there is certainly no “right” answer to the weakness interview question, there are certain responses interviewees should take care to avoid.
Knowing and articulating your weaknesses is always difficult, much less in the middle of an interview. When you have been trying to present yourself in the best possible light, being asked to reveal vulnerabilities to a potential employer might give you pause.
It’s important to remember that it’s okay not to be sure, and not to have an answer to the question, “What do you want to do for the rest of your life?” It’s okay if your first job or first major internship isn’t necessarily the career of your dreams.