Whatever line of work they’re in, millennials have one thing in common when it comes to the goals they set in their professional life – achieving success. So if we’re all agreed on what we’re striving for, why do so...
Your job says a lot about you, including whether or not you may be a psychopath. But don't get too worked up about your boss potentially becoming the next Patrick Bateman before understanding what the term really means
Sometimes, young professional artists can get a little slack. Whether they’re being told to “get a real job,” or accused of being lazy or irresponsible, it’s a tough grind for the artsy set. But in reality, they may in fact work harder than anyone and it could pay off in major ways. With that said, here are 8 reasons to respect the artist
From wearing converse and jeans to the office—when you’re not working from home that is—to partying with co-workers and constantly questioning your career choices, here are 12 signs you’re in a creative profession (and loving it)
My father once told me, years back, that the most interesting people he has ever met have changed professions at least a handful of times. That’s encouraging for sure, but how and when do you stop pursuing the only occupation that you’ve ever known and embark on a different endeavour?
Having a plan B might prevent one from fully pursuing a dream job. It may be more fulfilling, adventurous and intriguing to focus solely on one’s true calling. So, do you put all your eggs in one basket or do you learn to juggle?