WEWORK Blog  | Women Affected by Breast Cancer Find Strength in Numbers

When Emily Keeton was first diagnosed with breast cancer, connecting with others in the same situation was tough. It wasn’t until someone told her about a woman who was tweeting about her treatment that Keeton felt she had found a kindred spirit.

LADIES GET PAID  | Undressing Your Compensation

You are moving confidently through an interview when all of the sudden the hiring manager asks, “Please walk me through your salary history, starting at the first place of employment.” Crap. How do you navigate this question without losing the opportunity or your temper? You’re irritated that they’re even asking, and you worry you won’t be paid enough based on your level, even though your expertise qualifies you to earn more. Suddenly, you feel yourself sweating from head to toe, and this one question will turn you into someone you are not — defensive.

ADWEEK  | 9 Tips for Landing Your First Job at an Advertising Agency

You’ve sent your resume to every agency you could possibly think of, or at least all the ones you really want to work at. And maybe you’ve scored a few interviews. So what happens next, and how do you make sure you’re prepared for your first interviews right out of college?

Leslie Kay and Hillary Black, co-founders of talent management firm Kay & Black, told Adweek that while schools are teaching students how to create great work, graduates are not prepared to showcase that work in a portfolio or interview.

CREATOR  | 14 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Advice for Helping Other Women

In honor of International Women’s Day, we thought we’d ask some of our members for their best advice for helping women achieve and grow every day.

Question: What’s the best way for women entrepreneurs to help each other?