Archive for June, 2013

Stay or Go? Five Career-Change Signals

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Stay or Go? Five Career-Change Signals

Your body may tell you it’s time to rethink your career before your heart or mind do, writes Kathy Caprino in Forbes Woman. If you’re totally worn out, so may be the welcome for your job. In addition exhaustion, Caprino offers four other indicators that should tell you it is time to reassess how you […]

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Internships and the Real Job Scene

Filed in More Headlines, Starting Out by on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
Internships and the Real Job Scene

Get an internship, paid or not, if at all possible because you learn what skills are valued and how businesses work. That’s what New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman says he heard from the co-founders of HireArt, a company that matches job seekers and employers. Co-Founder Nick Sedlet says the key to making the […]

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Tory Burch’s Seven Lessons for Entrepreneurs

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Tory Burch’s Seven Lessons for Entrepreneurs

“Follow your passion” is one of seven pieces of advice for women entrepreneurs shared by Tory Burch with Moira Forbes, president/publisher of ForbesWoman. Burch, who has built a multi-billion-dollar preppy-fashion empire, also advises women to “Thicken your skin” in anticipation of all the doubters and critics they will encounter while following their passion to the […]

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Sonia Cowen on Leadership

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Sonia Cowen on Leadership

Sonia S. Cowen is the Founding and Executive Director of the Institute for Women’s Leadership & Social Responsibility at Cottey College, a four-year, all-women’s college in Nevada, Mo. Cowen has been in higher education administration for more than 30 years, including service as Associate Vice Chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, as […]

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