Being Real on a Job Interview!

When going on job interviews, regardless of the level of the position, presenting yourself as authentic is essential. Over-inflating your accomplishments or presenting an untrue depiction of your true self often backfires. Shane Parrish, writing for Quora, offers several valuable insights on this topic. How can a potential employer determine if an applicant is actually […]

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What’s the Most Expensive City in Which to Live?

Believe it or not, worldwide there are many cities that are more expensive than New York City and San Francisco — or any other U.S. city — in which to live. The most expensive U.S. city (New York) only ranks as the ninth most expensive. The Economist Intelligence Unit recently published “Worldwide Cost of Living […]

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A New Way to Track Shoppers

Over the years, marketers have done lots of research on shopper behavior. including eye tracking and facial recognition. Now, we can add shoe (foot) tracking to the list of research techniques used by retailers. As Oliver Smith reports for The Memo: “Now,  there‚Äôs a novel new technology that can figure out your age, gender, and […]

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Glassdoor’s Best Employers for 2017: Multiple Rankings

Each year, career services firm Glassdoor publishes various lists of “best places to work,” based on feedback from those job seekers and employees providing feedback to Glassdoor. By clicking on the image shown below, you can access Glassdoor’s 2017 “best” recommendations.     What makes Glassdoor’s lists especially valuable are the number of different perspectives […]

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