Just like any other job, there are certain things that everyone hears about: lower pay, sometimes longer hours, smaller staff and budget, and dealing with supporters who want to know more.
We’ve all experienced it: you see a job you’re super excited about, you apply online, then you wait. And wait. And wait. And wait. Sound familiar?
There are a ton of jobs out there. And each one is like special snowflake: they vary widely in skill set and experience level.
Saying I’ve interviewed a lot of candidates is an understatement. Think thousands. Each interview is a little different, depending on the person and the job they’re applying for.
Let’s look at a definition of culture. We all think of our countries changing culture but corporations have cultures, too.
When considering a place to begin — or sustain — your career, women need to be aware of the impact geography can have on their career choices. Let’s take a look.
When considering a place to begin or sustain your career, women need to be aware of the impact the type of business you enter may have on your career choices.
The first dimension we’re discussing is size. When considering a place to begin or sustain your career, women have to be aware of the impact the size of that business can have on their career choices.
It’s heartbreaking to lose a job offer you think is in the bag. This feeling is even worse for recent college graduates with little experience and few tangible skills.
We’ll first take a look at the different dimensions of the workplace and how that may or may not impact you as a woman. Then we’ll take a look at you, a woman, and what you should know and do.