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In a tough economy and as a recent graduate, you may be tempted to accept the first job offer you get — even if you sense it may be a bad fit.Although you may feel excited and lucky that you were offered a position, there are times when it is better to say no.
Whether you are preparing to transition your internship into a full time job, interning full-time after college, or preparing to enter a new fall internship, it's important to always remember some basic ways to leave your internship like a boss.I am featured in this U.S. News article discussing 10 tips for leaving a lasting impression. While this article is primarily geared towards leaving your internship on a high note, they are qualities that you should maintain as you move throughout your career as well.
Are you still in your first or second job and thinking it is time for a raise?These are a few things that your boss will look for in the process.
In my new book, Welcome to the Real World, I talk about the importance of waking up early and how I’ve changed my habits — and now feel so much more accomplished by doing so. If you are an entrepreneur, I highly suggest waking up a bit earlier than you are used to.
This is a guest blog post written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Allison Goldstein.Congratulations, graduate, and welcome to the real world!
When I landed my first job out of college, I had 15 internships under my belt and was sure that I was 100% prepared.However, I struggled through that first job, getting behind on emails and forgetting important tasks.
I recently spoke with Forbes to discuss my new book, Welcome to the Real World.When I graduated from college, I landed my first job as the assistant to a Hollywood agent; I was in for a rude awakening, and did not feel that my prior experiences fully prepared me for what entering the "real world" would be like.
Earlier today, I had a reader email me about a tricky situation she’s in at work.She currently has a job that she’s happy with but she’s yet to hit the one-year mark at work. She recently ran into an old boss of hers and he mentioned a position at his company being open. This COULD be her dream job. He wants to take her to dinner to discuss. What should she do?
Our site manager, Rachel, told me that she’d be interested in hearing the things that I think people need to know before starting a business.Here is what I came up with on the fly.
Our site coordinator, Rachel, sent me a note suggesting I write about the ways that I manage myself – as a CEO and entrepreneur.She said, “You are your own boss. How do you manage yourself?” I thought it was a great question. Here are the ways that I manage myself and make sure I get things done.