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What Is Nonprofit Management? And What Does It Involve?

  Want to work at a nonprofit?    Chad Thevenot, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at the Institute for Humane Studies, sheds light on an intellectually rewarding and lucrative career path you may not have considered.   Read more… …

How to Write Good*

Roger Custer, Executive Director of America’s Future Foundation   Writing is an essential skill no matter what your profession. From creating blog posts to sending emails, you’ll be doing a fair amount of writing. Many make the mistake of undervaluing …

How Clutter Affects Your Brain (and What You Can Do About It)

August 23, 2013 By Mikael Cho, co-founder of ooomf   Clutter can affect your life in many ways, but Mikael Cho, co-founder of ooomf, says there is something you can do about it. Read his article and free yourself from …

One Way to Double Your Market Value at Work

By Fred Kofman, Director of Conscious Business Center   Do you want to significantly increase your worth at the office? According to Fred Kofman, Author of Conscious Business, there’s one simple way to do so: honor your word unconditionally. Integrity …

11 Reasons Graduates Lose Out on Jobs

By Mark O’Toole, Undercover Recruiter   Original source can be found here.   Are you a recent college grad who’s new to the job hunt? Don’t lose your turn because you’ve never played the game.   Experienced marketer Mark O’Toole …

80% of Success is Just Showing Up: Landing a Job in Another City

December 19, 2012 by Claire Kittle, Talent Market Original source can be found here.   I often work with candidates who want to move to a specific city, but they don’t want to relocate until they have landed a job.   And …

11 Ways to Gauge Your Next Employer’s Culture

January 25, 2013 by George Anders, on LinkedIn Original source can be found here.   It’s easy to size up people’s personalities. A rich vocabulary lets us distinguish between introverts and extroverts, optimists and pessimists, and so on. When the conversation turns …

A Day in the Life of a Young Lawyer

by Jordan Rushie, a lawyer at a small private firm in Philadelphia Originally posted on April 30, 2012. Original source can be found here.   6:00am: Alarm goes off. “Hey hon. Did you bleach my white shirts? I can’t wear …