It’s a new year and new beginning for your career. Especially for young professionals. To help you get started with the best new year career advice, we asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question:
“What is the best beginning of the year career advice you have for young professionals?”
Have you been searching for a job, but your phone just isn’t ringing? Chances are, you aren’t doing enough of the most effective job search activities.
Self-evaluation, for example…
The year isn’t over yet… there’s still time left in 2015 to do great things for your career.
Instead of spending a month or so thinking about next year’s resolutions, challenge yourself to complete these three smooth career moves before this year ends…
On our first Breaking Glass episode on Blab, we covered a lot of ground.
And we are very proud that we, in our first show, put a real dent in our mission: to help younger women navigate their career path as we – established career women, advisors, mentors – take on hot topics and answer the tough questions.
You know that each social network has its own purpose. However, most all of them revolve around sharing updates about your life or business while connecting with those that might be difficult to connect with in the real world.
LinkedIn, though, is different…
In today’s economy, it is tough for recent grads and young professionals to find their first gig. And even harder to impress once they’re there. So we asked our friends at Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question: When was the last time you were truly impressed by a young professional? What did they do to set themselves apart? Here are some of the best answers: They Leveraged a Balance of Confidence and Humility All professionals walk a fine line between confidence and humility, but as a young professional, this line can be paper thin. Different situations require a young