Introducing JobTalk’s Weekly Roundup. A collection of career related articles from around the web. Find out why cursing at work might be something you should avoid. Read about Fareed Zakaria’s career gaffe, biggest mistakes jobseekers in their 20s make, and jobs you never knew could land you 6 figures.
From the New York Times:
An article in the Money section, “Laid of More than Once and Seeking a Career,” features people who’ve “recovered” from being laid off.
Some good news on the number of jobs available in the U.S. from the Business section.
Fareed Zakaria admits to plagiarizing, reminding people that cheaters do get caught.
Laura J. Richie, president of the W.N.B.A., talks about her leadership role and how she encourages her staff express their ideas in an interview conducted by Adam Bryant.
Big Data is here to stay.
From The Wall Street Journal:
Cathy E. Minehan, The dean of the Simmons College of Management, makes a case for women to going to an all-female business school.
From NBC News:
Career Columnist Susan Adams writes about the mistakes that jobseekers in their 20s make. Take down those drunken pictures on Facebook and get on LinkedIn!
From U.S. News & World Report:
A list of “Helpful Job Websites for New Grads.”
Matthew Yglesias discusses why Portland’s unemployment rate is below the national average in “How Portland Got Its Groove Back.”