Don’t let the summer slump stall your job search. Take the “work” out of networking, and get busy on social media.
There’s no doubt the job market is different from what it was 15, or even 10 years ago. With the rapid adoption of social media for the job search and a recovering economy, college grads are likely wondering what their next move should be in this often daunting process.
So how can this generation of grads navigate these murky waters? Here are five simple, yet effective, tips for those who are about to enter this constantly evolving job market:
Researchers have created a method to identify search patterns that can predict stock market movement.
Depending on whom you talk to, this game is either the the greatest thing to happen to smartphones since the selfie or the gaming equivalent to mind rabies.
A nice boss and strong work ethic can’t protect new parents from employer policies that aren’t held accountable to the greater good.
Fluidly move from space to space, if people around you get too chatty. Need to have a focused business meeting? Take a screen-free stroll on the meandering walkway on the office perimeter.
Does your morning look like Margaret Thatcher’s, or Ben Franklin’s? These routines might inspire you to create your own.
Whether you’re a morning person or a night owl, we all start our day at some point. And we all seem to start it differently.
Some of us hop online to check social media, others dive in to email, still others eat breakfast, exercise, or pack lunches for the kids. There’re a million different ways a morning could go.
Which morning routine might be best?
While there’s probably not an ideal morning routine that fits everyone, we can learn a lot from the morning routines of successful people as well as from the research and inspiration behind starting a morning on the right foot.
I collected a wide range of opinions on how best to start a day, from the scientific to the successful. Here’s the best of what I found—maybe it’ll help you get a little more productivity, creativity, and enjoyment out of your morning.
“We see incredibly young people raising astonishing amounts of money.”
The company reported $312.2 million in revenue in the second quarter and $562.7 million for the first half of 2014.
"Frankly, I don’t know what one makes from cocoa beans. I’m just trying to earn a living."
“As sexy as brainstorming is, with people popping like champagne with ideas, what actually happens is when one person is talking you’re not thinking of your own ideas.”
City of Drones isn’t just a first-person drone simulator. Its an engine to create empathy toward our all-seeing flying robots.
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