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Thank-you notes after job interviews are crucial — here’s what to add to your followup email to show hiring managers you’re a rock s...
Sending a thank-you email after an interview? Submitting a sample project along with your note can show the interviewer that you'd be a perfect fit.
A former Y Combinator partner realized the most successful founders don’t always look good on paper — there’s a much more reliable s...
Harj Taggar is a former partner at Y Combinator, the tech accelerator that launched a number of successful startups including Airbnb, Dropbox, and Instacart. He asked founders about their side projects, and realized drive and curiosity outside of work was a big predictor of success.
The 32-year-old CEO of The Muse who quit a job at McKinsey to start her own company shows there are 2 ways to launch a business — and one gives ...
The Muse, a job-search and career-advice platform, started out as a side project for CEO Kathryn Minshew and her cofounder. Minshew said she waited to quit her day job until she saw that her idea could be a viable business.
Even the most successful entrepreneurs aren’t always completely sure what they’re doing, and that’s a good thing
Coffee Meets Bagel COO Dawoon Kang and The Muse CEO Kathryn Minshew say they've accepted that they may never be completely confident in their decisions. But that lurking self-doubt be what makes them good at their jobs.
A 32-year-old startup CEO threw up the first time she tried to negotiate a raise — and it inspired her to launch her own company
The Muse CEO Kathryn Minshew explains that she started the company to give young professionals the kind of guidance she wished she'd had earlier in her career.
Toni Thompson, vice president of people and talent at The Muse, says you always want to leave your employer with good memories of you and your work.
A startup founder who was rejected 148 times before raising almost $30 million made 2 small changes to get investors excited
Kathryn Minshew, the cofounder and CEO of The Muse, kept getting rejected by investors until she figured out how to make her pitch more appealing.
Toni Thompson, head of talent and human resources at The Muse, suggests explaining that your role doesn't allow you to develop the skills you need long-term.
Muse CEO Kathryn Minshew says that while it's important to shoot for the stars when starting a business, true success tends to come from starting small.
The COO and CEO of The Muse, authors of "The New Rules of Work," share a template for a mass email letting people know you're looking for a new job.