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Behavioral Neuroscience to Financial Planning
“That’s a Big Jump”
by Kathryn Bryan, Ph.D, CEPA
My career path from the day I stepped on my college campus was to work in the field of psychology and neuroscience. I found the brain and how we think fascinating, and that led me to working in basic scientific research in neuroscience. That’s where I began my freshman year of college…
It wasn’t until after graduate school that I realized I had made a mistake.
Kathryn Bryan, Ph.D, CEPA
Why Do Women
Appear to Bear the Brunt of Ageism at Work?
by Tamasin Ford - BBC News
"As soon as women show any visible signs of ageing, they are viewed as not only less attractive, but less competent," says 72-year-old Bonnie Marcus.
The founder of Bonnie Marcus Leadership in Santa Barbara, California, she coaches women on how to advance their careers and hosts the podcast Badass Women at Any Age. She argues that as women get older, they face the double whammy of sexism and ageism.
5 Secrets to Get You Past the Résumé-Reading Robots
A human resources exec advises how you can beat the robot
by Leslee Remsburg at fastcompany.com
Even as the economy rebounds from the coronavirus pandemic, millions of Americans remain out of work, and weekly new unemployment claims continue to hover around one million. With so many people looking for their next opportunity, it is important that job seekers not only update and refresh their résumés to highlight their key skills and experience, but to format their résumés in such a way that they will get past the automated, robot résumé-readers that are increasingly the first gatekeepers in the recruiting process.
What Job Seekers Should Know
As Companies Continue To Hire
by Jenna Arcand at workitdaily.com
As the summer comes to a close and schools reopen, it's also the time of year many professionals put more focus on their careers. Whether you're unemployed, looking for a better paying job, or want to change careers, fall is the best time of year to make the career move you've been thinking about for months.
Here's what job seekers should know as they look for their next job this fall.
Pass it Along
If you attend networking events and go to jobs clubs, you’ve been meeting other job seekers just like you. Mention the Nifty50s to them and encourage them to visit as well. You’ll be helping them and you’ll make an appreciative friend for yourself.