Posts Tagged 'gen Y'

How to work with Millennials

In my other life, I work with young adults leaving college and moving into the workplace. You know, Gen Y’ers and Millennials. If you know new grads looking for help after college, you can send them to my other site, Degrees of Transition.
 
I see the challenges Millennials have working with experienced professionals. I read about […]

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Recent Grads: 5 Reasons Your Job Search Feels Overwhelming

So you’re done with university life and thinking about the job search. Or maybe you’ve already been on the hunt, and feeling like you are not making any progress. You may have noticed that being out of the campus environment can be challenging. It’s hard to get momentum for your job search. It may feel a bit overwhelming. Take a look at the ideas below and see how you can sharpen your approach.

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College grads: Define success on your own terms

I recently had the opportunity to hear First Lady Michelle Obama speak at Oregon State’s commencement ceremony. In her speech Mrs. Obama reflected on her own life experiences, mistakes, and memories. She encouraged all of you in the graduating class of 2012, above all, to define success on your own terms.

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Young professional: 10 secrets to working with executives

If you’re starting out or in mid-career working on your next promotion, getting visibility with the executive team may be your goal. Knowing how to work with executives is essential if you plan to move up the ranks.

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College to career: 7 ways to detach from your parents

The way in which today’s parents are intimately involved in the lives of their children is unprecedented. It’s no secret that Moms and Dads are showing up everywhere from classrooms to lobby for grades, to interviews to negotiate a child’s job offer.

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