Personal Career Decision Making

Project, product, and program management. What’s the difference?

At W. P. Carey, many students express interest in project, product, and program management opportunities. While these titles sound similar and often have a few overlapping job duties, these three roles are distinct and have their own unique characteristics. We …

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Should You Work Remotely Even After the Pandemic? Here’s What to Know Before You Decide

After spending so many months working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be thinking about what the future of work looks like for you. Are you itching to get back into the office full time? Would you prefer a

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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Women in STEM Career Fair: Fireside Chat with Society for Science CEO Maya Ajmera

Maya Ajmera is president and CEO of Society for Science and publisher of its award-winning magazine, Science News. She’s also the recipient of the 2020 National Science Board Public Service Award, recognized for her tremendous contribution to increasing the public’s …

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Perks and Benefits 101: Explanations and Questions to Ask Before You Take the Job

Once you’ve found a job and company that you’re really excited about, salary might top your list of priorities. But while salary is important, it’s only part of the overall offer. To get the full scope of what you’ll really …

By Erica Sweeney - The Muse
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What Size Company Is Right for You? Here’s What I’ve Learned Going From Startups to a Fortune 500 Company

Last year, after a decade of working at small startups, I set my sights on larger, established companies: Series Bs, recent IPOs, and the Fortune 500. Recently married, in my mid-30s, and staring down a global pandemic, I was looking …

By Neal Shyam - The Muse
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6 Job Search Tips to Help You Find a Role (and Company) That Won’t Lead to Burnout

Maybe you’ve experienced burnout in your current role and decided to start looking for a new job. First, congrats on taking the necessary steps to care for yourself and your mental health. Next, you’ll need to find a job and …

By L'Oreal Thompson Payton - The Muse
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6 Things to Consider Before You Pick a Remote, In-Office, or Hybrid Work Setup

Once upon a time, a typical working arrangement consisted of going to an office for 40 hours a week. Remote work was a relatively rare perk that few companies (in select industries) offered, or an arrangement that workers had to …

By Anisa Purbasari Horton - The Muse
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Book Insights: Next Move, Best Move by Kimberly B. Cummings

The book, Next Move, Best Move: Transitioning Into A Career You’ll Love, by Kimberly B. Cummings, is a specific and effective framework designed to help guide professionals towards unlocking the full potential of their career.

Career transitions can be challenging …

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Target your career goals by differentiating function from industry

 

Marketing can be found almost everywhere within business, which is exciting but can also be overwhelming when working to target your career goals. For this reason, breaking things down by differentiating between job function and job industry can help …

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10 Jobs That Are Perfect for Extroverts

Different types of people excel in different types of jobs—so if you want to thrive in your career, it’s in your best interest to find a job that’s well-suited to your personality.

If you’re an extrovert, you might be drawn …

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