It’s a great way to get on your boss’s good side. [Photo: seb_ra/iStock] Starting a new job is all about making a good first impression. You have this amazing opportunity to start over—to build strong relationships and set your new career in the right direction—so don’t just enter your new office prepared to do the bare minimum […]Continue reading "Impress your new boss by asking these 6 questions"
The best part about learning this skill? It’s free Everett Collection Data scientists receive $110,000 a year on average and are ranked No. 1 in Glassdoor’s “Best Jobs in America.” As companies try to understand consumer behavior, data scientists are in high demand. Boasting a median base salary of $110,000 and a job-satisfaction score of […]Continue reading "The most sought-after job in America pays $110,000 — but you will need this skill"
Here’s what to do instead. LEVELLING UP Ask anyone about your haircut, and they might shrug and say it looks “fine.” But ask for career advice? You’re likely to get an earful of trite sayings, blanket, sweeping statements and outdated, traditional work tactics that won’t serve you well if you’re trying to advance. While executive […]Continue reading "The worst career advice, according to 6 life coaches"
There’s an awful lot of doomsday chatter about the future of the workforce and how all our jobs will be replaced by robots by 2020. A lot of that might be true. The World Economic Forum’s 2016 Future of Jobs Report estimated that over 5 million jobs will be lost to automation by that time […]Continue reading "Top 7 job skills you’ll need in 10 years if you don’t want to get left behind"