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What It's Like To Be A: Stop Smoking Expert

Rachel David
in Culture

Rocky Rosen doesn't care if you smoke; as long as you're comfortable with your cigarette addiction, more power to you. This seems a rather counterintuitive (and career-ending) approach for someone who...

The Top 3 Digital Marketing Trends for 2017

Nicolina Wroblewski
in Culture

1. Live Video Live video is something that is popping up everywhere. From Facebook’s Live feature and Instagram’s Stories to Twitter’s native integration with video and Periscope. The major social net...

What It's Like To Be A: Producer Of Play

Natasha Sydor
in Culture

Molly Sonsteng designs experiences that encourage adults to embrace the absurd. Armed with abundant experience in the education sphere (Sonsteng has a Masters in Educational Leadership, ran a preschoo...

Performance Art

Annessa Babic
in Culture

Performance Art. When you live a city, one like NYC, often mere everyday acts of commuting can feel like moments on someone's movie screen. In the summer, well year around to be truthful, I frequent t...

The Ultimate Slaves of 9 to 5

Gaurav Sharma
in Culture

Some stuff happened with me at work and I am a bit frustrated today. But that incident made me think of our lives at the workplace. Today’s incident helped me see the bigger picture and understand the...

Medium Is Broken

Rick Schwartz
in Culture

Like millions of other people. I wrote a piece on the publishing platform Medium. Lots of people read it. I won't write for them again. Over the years, I've written for Huffington Post, Daily Beast, G...

DEED: The App That Makes Volunteering Easy

Rick Schwartz
in Culture

If the best inventions are indeed borne out of necessity, then DEED definitely fits the category. Volunteering in New York, like many cities across America, is a process filled with bureaucracy, trick...

What It's Like To Be A: Top Matchmaker

Rick Schwartz
in Culture

Brooke Wise was a rising star on Wall Street. Working at an esteemed financial institution with a degree from the prestigious Wharton School, she felt that something was missing. A kind and intuitive ...

Feminism for Women in 1970s Finance Professions

Patty Ramsen
in Culture

When a group of feminists marched down to Wall Street in the 1970s they were met with something akin to apathy. There was little sympathy in the world of bulls and bears for women's liberation, partic...

Things That Can Destroy Your Career

Leila Parker
in Culture

Finding the perfect job can be difficult, and when you finally land the position you’ve dreamed of, you will need to keep in mind, and avoid, things that will destroy your career. While there are many...

Best Jobs for Retirees

Gary Ayd
in Culture

The concept of retirement, like the working world those who enter this stage are leaving behind is constantly evolving. As of this writing, the dictionary defines it as the act of retiring or of leavi...

Things You Should Never Do In an Interview

Leila Parker
in Culture

If you have reached the interview stage then your resume, cover letter and application have impressed the recruiter, and all that stands between you and a job is the interview. At this stage, it’s imp...

How to Find the Best Career Fit In a Startup

Richard Owens
in Culture

Today’s work environment is changing fast, so quickly that many HR managers and professionals are struggling to keep up with the literature on them constantly changing, but what’s the best way to find...

Reasons You’re Not Getting Promoted

Patty Ramsen
in Culture

Highly-motivated professionals and those striving to succeed in their positions are always looking for ways to advance themselves by earning more money, taking on additional responsibilities, and movi...

Things Successful Women Don’t Do

Leila Parker
in Culture

Being a successful woman is a hard ask for women in today's society. The world is structured in such a way that only the strong and fittest have the chance to succeed. Many countries have been trying ...

Interview with Hillary Gadsby, Consummate Career Woman and Founder of StilettoGal

Natasha Sydor
in Culture

As gender equality becomes an increasingly pressing issue in workplace culture, individuals are calling out companies that require women to wear high heels to work. The thought behind this opposition ...