The journalism industry isn’t exactly known for having prestigious, high-paying jobs — Anna Wintour, Anderson Cooper, Ta-Nehisi Coates, etc., excluded, of course.
Climbing the Ladder
Your soft skills are just as important as your hard skills.
Throughout my career, I’ve been lucky enough to have some fantastic mentors.
So you got a promotion. Congratulations! But are you feeling unsure about how great that raise, title change, or additional benefit actually is?
Even if “writer” isn’t mentioned anywhere in your job description, the ability to write well can be a big boost to your career.
Your career is a constant march forward. From one year to the next, you consistently learn, grow, and change.
A few years ago, a Gallup poll determined that 70 percent of us are dissatisfied with our jobs. One big reason for that? We feel stuck.
When I say I’m a freelancer, people tend to think that I only work when I feel like it or that I dabble in projects here and there. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Few topics stir up as much disagreement in the workplace as the gender pay gap.
Finding your first full-time job is a heck of a lot of work and it can be tempting to rush through an acceptance once you’ve been offered a position.
What is it about our occasionally-self-sabotaging brains that make us so eager to talk ourselves out of opportunities?
There are a number of questions you can ask during an interview that, while seeming fairly straightforward on the surface, can help uncover deeper intel about the inner workings of a company.
In the fall of 1952, when I was 19 years old and a first-year student at Sarah Lawrence, I eloped with a college dropout named Jason.
Here's how to be your own best advocate and get that raise you deserve.
Silicon Valley is known for being forward-looking about technology, yet stunningly backward when it comes to gender.
And now, in your forties, you’re feeling restless in your job, yet you feel paralyzed by the financial risk that comes with a major job change.
Even if you’re the very best at what you do, without a solid brand strategy your business faces a significant disadvantage. The competition will eat you alive if you can’t find that one thing that separates you from…
She appeared early one March morning, standing resolutely opposite one of Wall Street’s most recognizable — and unabashedly male — icons.
You know the drill: Reach out to a friend of a friend, compliment her career, ask her for a coffee date, and hopefully get some intel or — even better — an interview at her company.
The statistics are memorable and often repeated: Women make 80 cents on the dollar compared to their male counterparts. Women lose an average of 4 percent of their lifetime earnings with the birth of each child.