VIEWPOINTS | OPINIONS + IDEAS
This Is How To Bring Up Salary During The Job Interview Process – Fast Company
The salary you negotiate for yourself deeply impacts your attitude about any new position you accept. While the discussion is key to securing fit in a new role, you may not feel like you’re the one driving the conversation. But you should, and you can be.
After Giving 1,000 Interviews, I Found the 4 Questions That Actually Matter – Ink.com
Hiring for culture fit can seem like a mystery, but these 4 interview questions will help you get it right every time.
How To Get A Raise No Matter What, According To Businesswoman Cindy Gallop – Bustle
We all know we should do it, and hopefully, we all know we deserve it — but that doesn’t make asking for a raise any easier.
Checkmate: Put Your Imposter Syndrome In Its Place – Do The Damn Things
I mentioned my tendency to be harder on myself than I am on others. I call this self-critical voice my “bad brain,” and if I don’t check it, it loves to run wild and wreak havoc.
10 Things You Need to Check Before Submitting Your Resume – Glassdoor
Whew! You’ve revised your resume, updated all of the information on it and incorporated all of the right keywords. You must be exhausted and so ready to apply to your dream job. However, before uploading that PDF resume, there are a few key things to double-check.
The Ridiculously Easy Guide To Negotiating Your First Salary – Refinery29
The hardest part of negotiating is first knowing how much to ask for. If you don’t know the going rate for a job in your industry, you may not even try to negotiate.
How to plan for the episodic career – Chase.com
When Dan Walsh finished college, in 2006, he landed a graphic design job at a San Francisco nonprofit organization. Then, the Great Recession arrived, and suddenly, Walsh was among the millions of Americans looking for work.
Creative Job Creation – Fast Company
Creators don’t get paid. Brands are over “likes.” Former creative directors Ken Hamm and Pat Stern want to fix all of that with PRoPS.
Why These Ad Students Are Really, Really Obsessed With One Droga5 Exec in Particular – Adweek
You’re an aspiring ad maven looking for a big break, or at the very least, somewhere to hang your hat and make a mark this summer. What do you do?
Work like a dog? Outsmart your competitors? Get your portfolio in order? Well, if you’re a couple of Miami Ad School students in New York, you target your potential employer—personally—and shoot videos about her Twitter feed.
What could go wrong?