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Self Employed? Here’s How to Make Good Money

Oftentimes, the stereotype of the young, self-employed businessperson is like that of the starving artist. You’re eking out a living, existing on ramen and chips. You’re a “flash in the pan.” During your brief time on Earth hardly anyone will hear of you. Hopefully, after years and years of hard work, you’ll be able to […]

The Pros, Cons, and In-betweens of Starting Your Own Business

A black and white world doesn’t exist. If I were to tell you, “There’s absolutely no downside to starting your own business”, I would be be wrong. Rather, starting your own enterprise involves entering a world of complexity you’ve only glimpsed from the outskirts. The good news: about one-third of new businesses survive 10 years […]

Procrastinating About Your Job Search?

When you’re a freshman, graduation seems light-years away, so you figure there’s no need to start worrying about career plans yet. As a sophomore trying to decide on a major, you might get some inkling that you’re going to have to make a career choice in the not-too-distant future, but it still doesn’t seem like […]


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Good Reasons to Look for a New Job

Recent college graduates and young people in general typically take the first full-time jobs they can get, especially in this economy. Sometimes those first full-time jobs end up being great experiences, but oftentimes they don’t. If you’re a young person who’s unhappy in your current position at a company, it may be time to start […]

Young job seekers must prepare for many interview questions

Young professionals interviewing for jobs need to be ready to answer a range of questions, but there are certain inquiries that can be used by hiring managers in an effort to catch candidates off-guard and jar loose hidden information. Job seekers who are either currently employed or who have been jobless long enough to count […]

2012 Ideas for better Productivity

I regularly draw the ire of my employees when I tell them that email is not work. I’m poorly wording my message, but the intent is clear. Constantly checking for new emails, and responding to them stops one from being productive. Though I’ve known this for a while, someone from Harvard is now backing me […]

Start-Ups Starting Smaller and Leaner, But More Aggressive

When people ponder founding a new company, many might think about years of developing and perfect their product followed by the long struggle to gain a toe-hold in the industry. But The New York Times reports that start-ups need not necessarily follow this pattern to prove successful. Instead, a growing number of companies are taking […]

Zynga Said to Demand Return of Stock Options

Popular online gaming company Zynga faces an unexpected scandal in advance of its upcoming initial public offering after The Wall Street Journal accused the company of forcing workers to return stock options. Like many other technology startups, Zynga attracted higher quality employees by offering a company shares in place of higher wages. However, the company […]

Zuckerberg Would Prefer Boston to Silicon Valley as Startup

Silicon Valley has a strong and long-lived reputation as the center of the digital world, with many of the world’s largest tech companies started or based there. But Facebook founder and chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg explained in a recent interview that he would not have moved his company out west knowing what he knows […]