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Career Tip: Have you considered creating a personal Board of Directors? A group of six professionals in your age group can be constructively honest on anything from resumes to reports.
From How and Why You Need To Assess Your Inner Circle

Career Tip: Have you considered creating a personal Board of Directors? A group of six professionals in your age group can be constructively honest on anything from resumes to reports.

From How and Why You Need To Assess Your Inner Circle

Arthur Wylie made his first million by the age of 26—the young, self-made man tells us that only the ‘crazy and fearless’ will win the game of success.
From Win Big: How Being ‘Crazy and Fearless’ Can Lead to Millions

Arthur Wylie made his first million by the age of 26—the young, self-made man tells us that only the ‘crazy and fearless’ will win the game of success.

From Win Big: How Being ‘Crazy and Fearless’ Can Lead to Millions

Career Tip of the Day: Don’t wait on callbacks.

One’s first thought is to send out resumes, wait for callbacks and ace the interviews. But what about taking the time for informational interviews?

From Career Tip of the Day: Schedule Informational Interviews to Get A Leg Up

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US News & World Report ranks meeting, convention, and event planning as one of the “Top 26 Jobs of 2012.” With average salaries as high as $76,000 per year, event planning has become a highly sought-after profession by many corporations, celebrities and nonprofit organizations.

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US News & World Report ranks meeting, convention, and event planning as one of the “Top 26 Jobs of 2012.” With average salaries as high as $76,000 per year, event planning has become a highly sought-after profession by many corporations, celebrities and nonprofit organizations.

Global Jobs: Finding Career Success in Switzerland

This afternoon we’re in Switzerland, for our three-part international careers series on BlackEnterprise.com, profiling professionals who found career fulfillment in the global landscape. 

Check out Janan Shakur’s insights on being a black professional in the country, navigating the job market, and the perks of working overseas.

International-bound? There are 5 ways you can make the move seamless, lucrative and fun!
From International Pursuits: 5 Tips For Transitioning Into A Global Job

International-bound? There are 5 ways you can make the move seamless, lucrative and fun!

From International Pursuits: 5 Tips For Transitioning Into A Global Job

Hi, Hater

The difference between a hater and a confident boss? A hater will let the thoughts fester and morphe into insecurity, negativity and conflict. A confident boss who is secure in their abilities will acknowledge the thoughts, nip them in the bud and keep it moving on their path to success.

[From Green Eyed Diva: 5 Steps To Conquer The Hater In You]

7 Must-Haves For Every Professional Woman’s Bag

#2: NUTRIENTS! A woman on the go should always have things like water and healthy snacks.

What’s in your professional bag?

"Making a product package more attractive may not cost more, it can be as simple as using a brighter or darker brand color, or a different shape for a bottle."

Felicia Joy, from Two Key Ways To Reposition Your Brand To Make More Money

Smart Ways To Make More Money

Career Tip of the Day: Step Your International Language Game Up

How many languages do you know? Expand your brand by offering multitude of communication skills!

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