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SACRAMENTO, Calif. Seven months later, despite dozens of job leads, numerous emailed resumes and plenty of parental encouragement, there was no job in sight. Her parents despaired.
Chuck Myers give his daughter, Cassidy, 24, a kiss as she cooks her dinner at home in Gold River, California, on March 12, 2013.
You want more money. You need more money. You're worth more money. Too bad the boss keeps telling you there isn't enough cash to spread around. Face it, negotiating a pay raise in a tough economy takes more than the luck of the Irish. It's enough to keep you crying in your green beer.
Brazen Careerist. Talk to just about anybody who has had an internship in Washington, D.C., and they'll tell you the experience was life-changing.
Brazen Careerist. It's common advice among job seekers: When you're interviewing, you need to interview the employer right back.
Brazen Careerist. The first few weeks at a new job, you feel lost. You start to feel like a small part in a big machine. A new job does that to you. I've felt it myself. But then I realized I didn't have to treat it like an ordinary job.
Brazen Careerist. You can't eat a meal without Instagramming it. Yep, you're pretty much addicted to social media. It doesn't hurt that "social media" is a buzzword in, well, pretty much every industry.
Brazen Careerist. Gen Y knows what it feels like to be unfairly judged. But what about the way some of us look down on those who choose to go the standard 9-to-5 route rather than a non-traditional career?
Brazen Careerist. As a 20-something, you might not be working your ideal job.
Brazen Careerist. In college, you slaved away in classes and threw yourself into internships, always raising your hand to tackle extra work. And it paid off. In short, you feel overqualified and underutilized. You're Not Alone.
Brazen Careerist. Choosing the right career is tricky. No wonder most people break into a cold sweat when asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" But deciding on a career can be simplified into three basic problems.
Brazen Careerist. Living your life to the fullest with a huge load of debt on your back might sound impossible.
Brazen Careerist. Of all the issues facing young professionals, one we sometimes fail to consider is the tendency to blindly maintain roles and titles from the past.
Brazen Careerist. If you look ahead to your 20s as a student, or measure this decade based on pop culture, the decade in which you launch your adult life seems like a blast. The reality of the decade is, it's often incredibly stressful.
Brazen Careerist. Salary negotiation is a tricky thing. Here are four tried-and-true tactics to help you get closer to the salary you want without touching any employer sore spots: 1. Keep it professional, not personal.
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