Who *doesn't* want a little extra cha-ching? Get aboard the side-hustle train and try out these lucrative gigs to help you make money
You and I might’ve been wrong about everything For a while now, a colleague and I have noticed a behavioral pattern among fresh graduates and new-to-the-workforce job seekers. They all seem to speak from a this-is-what-I-deserve perspective because they came from
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Here are some remarkable benefits of a bilingual—or multilingual—brain.
Sometimes it just seems like work-life balance is a myth
What goes into a resume, what do employers look for and what turns them off? Let’s talk
Notes on "becoming" from my 27-year-old self to my post-graduation self
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Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, there’s always something to bring to the table.
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Who am I kidding? I’m the worst small talker I know If there’s anything I dislike more, it’s small talk. Useful as lubricant for many social situations—first day of school, first day at work, etc.—small talk is polite but mostly awkward,
Yellow Cab’s So Worth It! Squad members, DBTK founders Vince and Emil Javier, teach us a thing (or seven) about building a brand from the ground up
Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life––motivational mantra or modern-day myth?
Co-working spaces are basically the new places to be. So is SHARVD a yay or a nay?
Young creatives share their freelance horror stories––from delayed payment to difficult clients––and teach us a thing or two about freelancing the right way
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Is failure really the opposite of success? I wanted to be a surgeon growing up. Many dreams came and went throughout my childhood––scientist, marine biologist, gasoline station staff worker (the one who was in charge of the complimentary window cleaning service),