Articles about Advice
5 ways to rock your career, according to Netflix’s ‘Girlboss’
"Know what your sh*t is worth.*
Job interviewers are nearly always wrong about you
Job interviews are as effective in evaluating candidates as flipping a coin.
Know-it-alls are worse at evaluating the truth, research says
"If you are right but nobody wants to work with you, then how valuable are you really?"
What Veep can teach us about the job search
Job searching and career transition are times when you can look deeper at what you want — even if you're Selina Meyer.
Why being bilingual helps keep your brain fit
Are people who speak only one language missing out?
The 7 commandments of leggings at work
How you dress at work contributes to your next promotion, so tread carefully with leggings. Here's how.
How to be a powerful young person at work
Youth can be a big advantage.
4 ways JK Rowling’s advice can inspire you at work
The author of Harry Potter know a lot about motivation. Here's why you should never give up.
If you can’t code, you have no business managing engineers
If you manage engineers, you need to be able to code. If you can't, please remove the word “Technology” or “Technical” or even “Information” from your title.
Bad bosses usually think they’re awesome
The more highly paid a leader, the better the chances he thinks he's always right.