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Experts say too many people suffer from a ‘delusional belief’ about their careers that doesn’t do them any favors
Some experts say that our belief in the "career myth" — the idea that careers follow a linear path — is holding us back. It's no longer the case that employees can expect incremental chances to advance up the career ladder.
Summer parties where you know virtually no one can be awkward, especially if you're not sure how to start a conversation with complete strangers. These icebreakers should help you get an interesting conversation going with ease at any barbecue.
The top 30 companies where Ivy League graduates who studied computer science say they most want to work
A recent from study from software company Piazza rounded up the companies that computer science students from schools like MIT, Harvard, Stanford, University of Texas Austin, and Georgia Tech are most interested in working for.
Google is the number-one place college students want to work for the fifth year running —here’s what it’s doing right
Piazza asked 150,000 students from more than 600 schools in North America where they most wanted to work. For the past five years, their answer hasn't changed: It's Google.
Top tech talent is losing interest in working for Facebook — and the company’s tough year in headlines might be the cause
Students from universities like Stanford, MIT, Harvard, Yale, and Georgia Tech are losing interest in working at Facebook.
Plenty of successful people got their big career breaks in their 30s, including Jeff Bezos, Megyn Kelly, and Oprah Winfrey.
In the US, it's easier to find a good job in certain states. WalletHub recently released a study that took into account factors like unemployment, underemployment, job security, and state nondiscrimination laws and policies.
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Ashley Madison is a website where people in committed relationships go to find affairs. The company's data found that people with certain career choices are more likely to stray — here they are.