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@charlie spencer Hey Charlie, that's actually a really great question. I work for The Muse, and we are actually going to have one of our career experts tackle that in an upcoming article, for you because we think a lot of people actually feel that way. It sounds like you have some amazing experience, and there is definitely a way to turn that experience into a new career (even if it's very specific). More to come on this, and thank you for asking. I hope we we can help.
1 week, 6 days ago on How to Land the Entry-Level Job of Your Dreams
Name: Traci Torres
Company: My Pet Chicken
Traci started a company that pretty much everyone said was a mistake. Who would want a pet chicken, the masses said. But as it turns out - many people want pet chickens. People like Martha Stewart, and thousands of others have been inspired by Traci's concept of bringing fresh, baby chickens to millions of homes
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Introducing the Fearless Minds Awards: Call for Nominations
@AroundthisGlobe Hi! Yes we will be recording it. You should still sign up because we will be emailing it to anyone who cannot attend after the event. Thanks!
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Make Your Company a Better Place to Work in 1 Hour
An old boss told me not to be afraid to ever ask for help, and that it's not a sign of weakness. The power of asking for and giving help as helped me throughout my career. It's such a small word, but can do so much for you and the people you ask.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on New Boss? 3 Ways to Let it Inspire You
@Lyn Haigh Thank you! We are pretty thrilled you magically made your way to us as well. Thanks for the kind words. It's people like you who inspire us each day.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on How to Convince Employers You’re The One (When You’re Not Convinced Yourself)
#19 is by far the most important. Adding on to a chain with worthless email should be banned and punishable with time in jail.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Finally! The 23 Unwritten Rules of Email
@chartategirl @Tint Tint @Flamingo Win @pinkypinky @tunmyint @tunjarpan @maypwintmon @LayThinzarNaing Thank you. You don't have to submit your homework. It's something for you to do on your own so you can start thinking about how you'd handle those situations in real life. thanks!
3 months, 3 weeks ago on 3 Ways to Get to Know Your Direct Reports
@RichardM Hey there, yep! We are recording it, so we'll have it up on the site a day or two afterwards.
4 months, 2 weeks ago on Want a Raise? Learn How to Get It
Agree with everything here
4 months, 3 weeks ago on 5 Things You Should Never Share With Your Boss
@Whitney Robinson I agree! I hate vague statements in general that everyone uses. I'd like to know more about what they prefer or thrive in, so I can know if that will be a fit for our company culture.
5 months ago on Resume Tips: What Recruiters Love (and Hate)
When I look at a resume, I don't even think about how many pages it is. If it's good and I like what I'm reading about the person, then all the better. If it's not good, I probably wasn't reading the whole thing anyway
5 months ago on Is a Two-Page Resume Ever OK?
@Christian Carrasco Is this really true? That seems disheartening
I so didn't want to believe this article when I clicked on it. But I do. Nice job
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Surprisingly Useful Resume Lessons—From a Houseplant
@Alison_H Hey Alison - You're confirmed! We are sending out a reminder email to all people later today/tomorrow. And feel free to invite/bring friends or co-workers. People can register at the door!
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Join us for The Ultimate Career Makeover!
@Geneva Yes, they will be and we'll email them and put them on the site a few days later. Thanks!
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Ready to Move Up (or Get Out)? Join Us for a Webinar!
Great article. As a former sales "failure" everything you said rang true. I'd also add, I understood the value of sales to the bottom line of a company much better after my stint in sales.
6 months, 3 weeks ago on 6 Career Lessons I Learned From My 6 Months in Sales
@Lajuden Since we aren't doctors we really can't say. If you really are concerned it's always best to check with a doctor. You could also check for low-cost clinics in your area, that are usually fairly cheap and don't require insurance.
7 months, 1 week ago on What Every Woman Needs to Know About Blood Clots
Nice dish Niki. Careful cutting that squash in half. A good tip is to cut a small disc off the bottom so it can sit flat on the cutting board. Then use a serrated knife to saw through
7 months, 2 weeks ago on Your Healthy Weeknight Dinner Plan: Sneaky Spaghetti & Meatballs
@Melinda_H Hey there! You can email us at email@example.com - thanks!
7 months, 3 weeks ago on 4 Ways to Make Sure Your Dream Job Doesn’t Pass You By
@Bersy Hey there! Great points, and this is something we've seen as an area to improve and are going to be rolling out some more of this. If you have any other idea or things you'd love to get some expert advice on just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
7 months, 3 weeks ago on 3 Ways to Impress When You’re the Youngest One in the Office