While many Millennials are choosing careers in nonprofit organizations and public service to express their passion for such issues as education, poverty, and the environment, they are also flocking to corporate America.
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It’s not always essential to have a degree in finance to have a successful career in banking.
Joyce Mullen, Vice President of Services/Sales Operations at Dell, had no idea she was going to pursue her MBA after graduating from Brown University with a degree in International Relations.
With a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Vanderbilt and experience in Democratic politics, Jennifer Scully seems an unlikely vice president of private wealth management for Goldman Sachs.
Whether she knows it or not, Patricia Schwarz—a senior in high school—is an expert networker.
For many entrepreneurs, starting a business is the culmination of a lifelong dream. But for Chantelle Ludski, it turned out to be “completely opportunistic.”
For business professionals the ability to network effectively is not just a nice thing to be able to do—it’s a crucial skill on which their careers depend.
When you’re working your way up the ladder, do you feel like you only see the rungs in front of you? Stop and take a moment to drink in the long view.