Fri.Apr 20, 2018

Female Inclusivity in the Tech World

Ms. Career Girl

With talks of female representation becoming increasingly popular in public arenas, you may have noticed a lot of pushback. This rarely comes in the (public) form of “that’s a man’s job!”


NFL Cheerleaders: Minimum Wage for a Job Where You Don’t Even Get to Pick Your Own Hair Color

Evil HR Lady

Can you imagine a job where you have strict rules on what you can wear , what your hair color is, how much you weigh, and with whom you can speak? And with that job comes a minimum wage paycheck? And that women work very hard to get this job? That would describe an NFL Cheerleader, according to an interview at The Daily with Former New Orleans Saints’ “Saintsation” cheerleader, Bailey Davis. Davis was fired for an Instagram post where she wore lingerie.

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Why Face-To-Face Networking is Still Important

Ms. Career Girl

Why, in an age of social media, is face-to-face networking still important? It’s not a good business strategy to forego face-to-face networking, event if you’re doing a good job digitally connecting with people and here’s why. Networking: A True Story.


How To Find The Confidence To Defy The Odds In Your Career

Career Realism

How To Find The Confidence To Defy The Odds In Your Career Work It Daily. There are times in your life where everything aligns perfectly, but then there are others where different parts of your life begin to shift, leaving you to pick up the pieces. Can’t get hired? Watch this free tutorial.).

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How Engineering Has Become the Most Popular Role in Retail

The Undercover Recruiter

When you think of retail nowadays, you tend to think of the online space. Retail is no longer all about traditional brick-and-mortar stores. That’s not to say brick-and-mortar is going away, but they are closing at record numbers.


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open thread – April 20-21, 2018

Ask A Manager

It’s the Friday open thread! The comment section on this post is open for discussion with other readers on anything work-related that you want to talk about. If you want an answer from me, emailing me is still your best bet*, but this is a chance to talk to other readers. * If you submitted a question to me recently, please don’t repost it here, as it may be in the to-be-answered queue. You may also like: I’m hypersensitive to criticism — how do I fix this?