Changing industries can be the best career decision you’ve ever made … as long as you carefully consider your intentions behind doing it first. Here are five tips to help you decide if you’re ready.
I’m changing industries and applied for a slew of jobs in a new field. I recently accepted a job offer for less money. The very next day I was offered another job for the amount of money I asked for.
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.
I’m looking to switch to a new industry, but it requires a different skill set. I’m in sales, and I want to start writing because it’s something I love. Do I need to go back to school first?
Let’s look at a definition of culture. We all think of our countries changing culture but corporations have cultures, too.
You entered the workforce, like many of us, intent on climbing the corporate ladder. You’ve since left the corporate world to become an entrepreneur, launching HerExchange and Spark.
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.
I used to think advertising agencies only had two types of jobs. You could either be on the account side or you could be a creative.