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    Why Companies Can't Keep Mille…

    China Gorman, a consultant who helps organizations connect HR operations to the bottom line, gave a …

    Why Companies Can't Keep Millennials

    China Gorman, a consultant who helps organizations connect HR operations to the bottom line, gave a presentation not long ago that shocked everyone in the room. She had cited a statistic from the Aberdeen Group’s Strategic Talent Acquisition Report. Millennial employees go into new jobs expecting to stay at least 5 years,

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    THE PSYCHOLOGY OF INTERVIEWING: An…

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    THE PSYCHOLOGY OF INTERVIEWING: An interview with Michael Krasny

    We’re all interviewers: whether asking your housemate about his or her day, querying a first date to see if there should be a second, vetting a prospective employer, or trying to understand a customer’s needs or ideological adversary’s position. To unearth some of the keys to interviewing, for my PsychologyToday.com

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  • Career Woman

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    As life at the corporate top goes, women have come a long way — but has it been far enough? That’s …

    Women CEO’s – Myths and Messages From The Top, an Infographic

    As life at the corporate top goes, women have come a long way — but has it been far enough? That’s a question that intrigued Motif Investing, which created an infographic titled “Women CEOs — Myths and Messages From the Top” to illustrate the current state of female executives. For

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  • Career

    18 Prestigious Jobs With Surprising…

    One of the main reasons people go to college and graduate school is to find a high-paying job when t…

    18 Prestigious Jobs With Surprisingly Low Pay

    One of the main reasons people go to college and graduate school is to find a high-paying job when they're done. But a college education and a prestigious job do not necessarily mean you'll be raking in the cash. Some of these gigs, like being an architect or an optometrist, pay well

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  • Career

    15 Business Schools With The Best R…

    If you're thinking about getting your MBA, several factors may influence which schools you target: r…

    15 Business Schools With The Best Return On Investment

    If you're thinking about getting your MBA, several factors may influence which schools you target: reputation, alumni network, programs offered. And, of course, the big one — cost. While top-tier business schools offer ample resources and invaluable alumni networks, is an elite MBA really worth the hefty price tag? Many professionals attribute

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  • Career

    The 12 US Cities With The Hardest-W…

    Labor Day weekend — the unofficial end of summer, and your last chance to wear white — is upon us.  …

    The 12 US Cities With The Hardest-Working People

    Labor Day weekend — the unofficial end of summer, and your last chance to wear white — is upon us.  We typically associate the holiday with family barbeques, weekend getaways, and mega-deals at the mall, but it's really about celebrating the American labor movement and workers' contributions to their country. So this year, in honor of

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  • Career

    23 Ways Your Wall Street Job Will M…

    If you're considering going to Wall Street, you should really know what you're getting into. Yes, yo…

    23 Ways Your Wall Street Job Will Make You Miserable

    If you're considering going to Wall Street, you should really know what you're getting into. Yes, you will get paid better than average people all over the world. Yes, you will get to learn new things constantly, and yes, you will be involved in important transactions (well, hopefully) and meet interesting

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  • Career Inspiration

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    “Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” – Dalai Lama I arrived 15 m…

    How I Opened My Heart to Change and What Showed Up When I Did

    “Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” – Dalai Lama I arrived 15 minutes late for the Saturday morning conference call, right as Kate said she was about done with announcements and we would be doing check ins next. Kate being the instructor in my life

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  • Career Woman

    Research Says: Women in Tech Ventur…

      Study: The Plain Numbers of Women in Tech Venture Capital (Hess, 2012) Finding: Women are not well…

    Research Says: Women in Tech Venture Capital

      Study: The Plain Numbers of Women in Tech Venture Capital (Hess, 2012) Finding: Women are not well represented in the ranks of tech venture capital firms (VCs). Note about The Woman Effect Research Index: This study was performed by researchers not affiliated with InPower Women. Our Research Index includes all relevant research to

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    Celebrating Labor Day: One Story At a Time – #1in100MM

    (Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by our friends at Kronos, the global leader in delivering workforce management solutions in the cloud. Tens of thousands of organizations in more than 100 countries, including more than half of the Fortune 1000, use Kronos to control labor costs and improve

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  • Career

    17 Business Etiquette Rules Every P…

    Professional social situations can be awkward. And, unfortunately, many people wind up making fools …

    17 Business Etiquette Rules Every Professional Needs To Know

    Professional social situations can be awkward. And, unfortunately, many people wind up making fools of themselves because they don’t understand that etiquette rules in business differ slightly from those in standard social settings.  In her book "The Essentials Of Business Etiquette," Barbara Pachter writes about the specific rules people need to understand in order to

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  • Career

    22 Executives Who Wake Up Really Ea…

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    22 Executives Who Wake Up Really Early

    They say the early bird catches the worm, and nowhere is this old adage more true than in business. Waking up early allows executives like AOL's Tim Armstrong and Pepsi's Indra Nooyi to get a head start on the day, knocking out tasks before the rest of the world is out

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  • Career Inspiration

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    4 Reasons to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

    A friend of mine, Karen*, is one of those people who seems to have it all.  She graduated at the top of her MBA class.  She holds a high level job at a prestigious Fortune 500 company.  She maintains a rigorous exercise regimen, a reminder of her collegiate rowing days. 

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  • Career Coach

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    The Present and Future of Life Extension: Aubrey de Grey lays out the path.

    Aubrey de Grey believes that, in the foreseeable future, the average healthy lifespan could well exceed 100... if we get our heads out of the sand. De Grey is in a position to know. The Cambridge Ph.D. is Chief Science Officer of the SENS Research Foundation, editor-in-chief of

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  • Career Coach

    Not-Obvious Career Truths

    I’ll soon be giving a talk, Not-Obvious Career Truths: Nine things I’ve learned from having been ca…

    Not-Obvious Career Truths

    I’ll soon be giving a talk, Not-Obvious Career Truths: Nine things I’ve learned from having been career coach to 4,600 people. In my PsychologyToday.com article today, I give an advance look at what I'm planning to say. HERE is the link.

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3 Smart Ways to Stand Out by Serving Others

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Throughout your college years, one of your business professors or mentors probably advised you that it’s a “dog eat dog” or an “every man for himself” world. While on some levels this notion may be true, you can actually use this truism to your advantage.

Instead of being bolted down to your personal career agenda, you should widen your career path by becoming what I call a “career servant.”

For simplicity’s sake, a career servant is someone who serves others. By practicing career servanthood, you can engender many positive results. In fact, this altruistic strategy can lead to ultimate career satisfaction because you can help your organization advance, your colleagues succeed and yourself grow — all at the same time. When you serve your organization and others, you will easily build positive alliances and networks that can add immense value to your career.

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