I am a firm believer in a liberal arts education and would never change my college experience or trade my Bachelor of Arts for the world; but on the flip side, it did leave me a little directionless post-college.
I am so thankful and excited about our budding design business and the re-launch of our website. But I also know there is more left for me to discover.
The Every Girl is such a wonderful online space, and today they shared "30 Smart Carer Moves You Should Make By Age 30."
This also means not accepting the first offer that comes along. In fact, juggling numerous opportunities is the best way to make you more appealing to hiring managers. “Then you can be upfront about the fact that you have choices,” Mickiewicz says, “because once a company has made you an offer, the last thing it wants is to see you walk out the door.”
30. Write yourself a “future” acceptance letter and salary offer. “Focusing on [that dream offer] daily will help you attract what you want,” says Pierce. Hey, if visualizing your goals worked for Hollywood funny man Jim Carrey, why can’t it work for you?
This is such a wonderful list. I have so much respect for The Every Girl. Thank you for a enlightening, relevant post for the independent, career-minded young woman.