A Surprising Way to Decrease Gender Bias in Performance Reviews

When Nadia Comăneci scored a perfect 10 for her routine on the uneven bars at the 1976 Olympics, she made history. No other gymnast had ever received such a pristine mark at the games, and she went on to earn …

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I Tried to Network With 30 People in 30 Days and This Is What I Learned

I work from home, and I’ve learned the hard way that remote life isn’t exactly ripe with opportunities to network and make connections. And for someone like me—who leans heavily toward the extroverted side of the spectrum and craves human …

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7 Kinds of Questions to Ask at a Career Fair to Make a Great Impression

Let’s be honest: Walking into a career fair can be incredibly intimidating. Look at all those people who have the power to give you a job one day! Look at all those other people who want some of the very …

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Job Searching While LGBTQ: How to Find a Truly Inclusive Place to Work

Kaiba Lithicum sits across from me, smiling as he talks, clearly at ease in his workplace. But that hasn’t always been the case. He’s often struggled with how he’s been treated at work as a trans person of color. “Being …

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This Spreadsheet Is Exactly What You Need to Track Everything in Your Job Search

Ask anyone you know what the best part of their job is, and zero times out of 10 they’ll say, “Applying for it.”

Take this all-too-common situation: Somewhere between your second interview at one company and your fourth email to …

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I Landed My Magazine Job After Meeting the Editor-in-Chief on a Subway Platform

All my life, people told me I had chutzpah. That word was passed around often in my Jewish day school. While most kids were following rules and social norms, I was breaking them. I was impatient and as such, I …

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Thinking Like a Pilot Can Help You Bounce Back From Any Mistake—Here’s How

When Ofir Paldi entered the prestigious Israeli Air Force Flight Academy at age 18, he received instructions that surprised him. All anyone seemed to want him to talk about were the mistakes he was making.

“You’re in a very competitive …

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Choosing College Classes 101: How To Pick The Right Schedule (Even If You Don’t Know Your Major)

The college experience is about a bunch of things. It’s about growing up, forging friendships, finding love, and charting a path for yourself. But more than anything it’s still school! Just because you’re not in high school anymore, doesn’t mean …

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Here’s What You Need To Know About Working In Business Technology And IT (Hint: A Tech Degree Isn’t Always Required)

Every successful company specializes in something—but being an expert in one area doesn’t make them an expert in all areas. This is especially true when it comes to technology. Executives across all industries need help deciding which tools work best …

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