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    If you are hoping to start a new career, now may be the right time. This is because the U.S. unemployment rate is at its lowest since the early 2000s. A low jobless rate is indicative of a tight labor market. It means fewer people are available for work and the chances of landing a Read More »

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  • Climb!

    Michelle Gadsden-Williams is an award-winning global diversity expert, activist, philanthropist, and a managing director at Accenture who leads Inclusion & Diversity for the company in North America. She has more than twenty-five years of experience working in the consumer goods, pharmaceutical, financial, and professional services industries. She has held positions of global responsibility for corporations Read More »

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  • The Hard Truths of Working in Entertainment by Mark Pitts

    For an industry that has perpetuated a deluded and unrealistic standard of beauty in American pop culture for generations, the entertainment industry is ironically being exposed for the ugly truths that hide behind its airbrushed facade. With movements such as #OscarsSoWhite, #MeToo, and #TimesUp, the sinister inner workings that have been swept under the rug Read More »

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  • How to Prevent Burnout in Your Workplace by Christmas Hutchinson

    Stress and burnout are common these days especially since we are in an era of constant change and increasing pressure to perform. According to the American Psychological Association, 65% of Americans cite work as their top source of stress with 37% of that population citing they are doing well managing stress. Sources of stress from Read More »

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  • Disruption is Good for Business: Six Strategies to Successfully Disrupt Your Life – By Debra Nelson

    Every generation has them. They are the people who think outside the box, march to the beat of their own drum, and are comfortable shaking up the status quo. They challenge us to sit up straighter, think differently, and show up more meaningfully in our own lives. Who are they? They are the disruptors, and Read More »