Business leaders, social scientists and others are discovering that there is something more important than “book smarts” that people need to be successful.
3 Networking Questions For Shy & Introverted Job Seekers, Part 2
Remember that networking is about making connections and building relationships. What are some ways in which an introvert can play to their strengths in order to build relationships?
Using Your Privilege At Work
Depending on where you work, you might have privilege(s) that your coworkers do not. Pay attention to how you might use your privilege to make the workplace better for everyone.
What to Ask During an Informational Interview
Any job seeker or employee at any level can benefit from talking to professionals in various positions about their backgrounds, career paths and industry knowledge.
Q&A: Experience Does Not Match Jobs
Here is a comment from an adult going back to school to qualify for jobs. It was originally posted on the DeniseMpls Facebook page. "It is very discouraging when you are forced into unpaid internships and low-paying jobs just so you can gain exposure to your chosen field. Entry-level jobs even demand 3-5 years of experience in that field ..."