Posts tagged ‘Twentysomethings’

Are You Ready to Be a Marketing Manager? This Is What You Need to Know

Brittany Williams is halfway through her 15-mile bike commute home after work when she picks up the phone for our interview. Only slightly out of breath,…

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What I Learned Interning in Tel Aviv After College

Tear gas clouds the streets, mixing with the angry cries of the people. With the help of some locals she met earlier in the day, Elana…

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Nudging Yourself Into Success in the Job Search

Picture this scene: You wake up in the morning feeling refreshed and motivated. Your duffel bag is packed with your towel, water bottle, and a change…

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New Job? Why You Should Be Saying “Yes, And…”

You listened to all the advice, explored your options, and officially got hired at your first job after college. But you can’t stop there. Now is…

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Why the Seattle Area is Perfect for Recent Grads

You consider yourself to be an urban child, dressing in flannels and high-waisted Levi’s that Kurt Cobain totally would have worn. Your sneakers are smeared with…

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How Being a Twentysomething Made Me a “Tech Expert”

What exactly does an expert look like? Is it a bearded man in a lab coat carrying a clipboard full of charts and graphs or a…

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How to Help a Friend With The Job Search—Without Totally Ruining the Friendship

You graduated from college, moved to a new city, and even found yourself a job. Now there’s officially nothing for you to worry about. All you…

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How Playing Around With Your Vocabulary Can Help You Achieve Your Dreams

Muggle. Cockalorum. Burgle. Yes, these are all real words and though they may not sound particularly dignified or eloquent, they can teach you a thing or…

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How to Be an Explorer in Your Job Search

Small beads of sweat have gathered on your skin and your shirt is beginning to stick to you. All your senses are on alert. With wide…

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Why I Love Living in Portland as a Recent Grad

The lights are out. Your door is firmly shut. You’ve barricaded yourself in your room. You try your best to breathe silently, and you’ve got your…

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