After working as a full-time accountant for an oil and gas company for 11 years, Carrie Smith was ready to make a change. She was ready to be her own boss.
Millennials are labeled to be the generation of the overeducated and underemployed. How can you beat the odds?
Millennials will pass boomers as the largest segment of the U.S. workforce in 2015 bringing with them new attitudes and skills.
A new year is upon us, and often this means reassessing where you stand in life, feeling ashamed for not standing next to your peers, and then setting unattainable goals for where you think you want to be. It’s time for a different approach.
An extensive professional network is instrumental in your career. But if you want to develop a meaningful network, you have to be willing to put in the work.
Whether it means pursuing a career in the non-profit sector or seeking new ways of giving back, philanthropy is “trending” among the millennial generation.
Looking for a career where you are constantly learning? Want to feel like the work you do is valued, and your opinion matters? Then you should consider working for a startup.
Living in your parents’ basement in your mid-to-late-20s isn’t exactly the ideal arrangement for most millennials. For many of us, the “ideal” is still out of reach. But we have to make the most out of the situation.
How one millennial changed her life and is now pursuing the career of her dreams.