How To Build a Global-Ready Career

  Imagine having a competitive salary while living in a great apartment. You can even drive a car and have vacations to different travel destinations. This kind of life is possible – if you plan your global career ahead. An international career doesn’t simply happen overnight. You have to carefully plan and build it up over Read More …

Job Interview Advice from Author Denise Dudley

Job interviews can feel like a scary and mysterious game where the rules are unknown. Hiring managers often make things hard on applicants by asking seemingly unrelated, or worse, illegal questions and failing to communicate clearly with interviewees.  To make things more confusing, experts offer conflicting advice about what to do before, during and after Read More …

Junior Achievement Survey Reveals Concern About Impact of Automation and Globalization on Job Prospects

  A new survey from Junior Achievement USA (JA) shows that 77 percent of parents are “concerned” about their children’s ability to have a successful job or career as adults in light of global competition and automation. The same percentage (77%) of teens said they share similar concerns about having a successful job or career Read More …

Expert Mark Lipton Talks About Culture of Mean Men

    You’ve probably encountered a mean man in your career. If not, you’ve definitely seen them on TV or heard about them in the news. Mean men often rise to the top and are celebrated by society despite the damage they can inflict. Mark Lipton, professor, veteran progressive C-suite adviser and author of Mean Men: Read More …

Why Job Interviews are Useless

The New York Times recently published an article on the uselessness of job interviews. As stated in the article, researchers have known for many decades that interviews aren’t an accurate assessment of one’s abilities.   One reason interviews aren’t useful is that traits noticed during an interview can overshadow more important, objective factors. The New Read More …