Matt talks about the November 2013 issue and what it means to work.
Whether you're figuring out your next step in life or want to try something new, taking stock of yourself and your talents can be a huge help. It's not a science, but a self-diagnostic test may offer some direction.
Despite market crashes and bailout backlash, the world of Wall Street continues to lure young hopefuls into its trenches with the promise of lucrative pay and elite status.
Quite frankly, the quality of LinkedIn profiles for people 25 years old and younger is underwhelming. What gives? Apparently everyone forgot to read Makenzie Marineau’s article in the Winter 2011 issue of brass.
Making beautiful your profession.
The U.S. job outlook is grim and has been for a while, but we’re all just doing our best to trudge on. Much of America is in “take what you can get” mode, so mass applying inevitably ensues. The problem with this is you end up searching for the job rather than the companies you want to work for. This is obvious, you might say–after all, you want to do a specific kind of work so that’s what you’re applying for–but where you undergo that work is almost as important as the work itself.