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3 Tips for Millennials Working With Gen. X Bosses

Maria Onzain | November 2018 According to the Pew Research Center, millennials are the largest generation in the US labor force. Unfortunately, they don’t always get along with the other generations in the workforce. This is especially true in the case of relationships between millennials and Gen. X-ers, who are often millennials’ bosses. As Yvette Maurice writes for Open Colleges, millennials and Gen.

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The Reality of Being Underpaid

Angela Copeland | October, 2018 Have you ever heard that just getting your foot in the door with a target employer is enough? The theory is that if you get your foot in the door, even at a low level, you can work your way up over time. I understand the reasoning behind this career strategy, and it has been

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Purpose-Driven Leader Choice

Dan Price | SUCCESS Magazine | October 2018 Recently, a friend told me about his struggle to become a purpose-driven leader. When he started his company, he had every intention of building a business based on service, one that transcended the typical profit-seeking benchmarks of success. At first, he was inspired by his mission and assumed that, when people saw what

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Pursuing a Career in Cybersecurity? Here’s What You Should Know

Meera Rao | October 2018 I was a software developer and continuous integration practitioner for more than 20 years before I unintentionally found myself in the cybersecurity field. This was during the great recession of 2008. I remember even today the date: October 3. That was the day I found out the company where I was working was closing. I

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Stand Out in a Sea of Qualified Talent, You Have to Think Like a Marketer

Drew McLellan | October 2018 Astellar resume isn’t enough to standout in a pack of fellow applicants anymore. Whether you’re a recent graduate seeking your first real job or a professional hoping to make a career shift, competition is stiff. Sticking to traditional methods no longer works; applicants must prioritize new methods to differentiate themselves. One key consideration for today’s

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