Providing interviewees' salaries is not relevant to Job Talk's mission. You can easily find this information somewhere else online.
Job Talk believes in learning about the career you want to have from others that have it. To that end, Job Talk serves as a place that creates high quality interviews with professionals that can give you an idea about what a job is like. However, Job Talk is simply one resource you should use when you're learning about careers. For example, if you are in college and you are thinking of becoming a doctor, make sure you talk to people who practice medicine. And go further. Find doctors who you can shadow. If you're not sure how to go about doing that, or something like that, find your local student career resource center, and see if they can help connect you with the right people. You should even ask your own doctor about shadowing him/her. The point is, do everything you can to inform yourself before you are spend valuable time and money training for a job that you don't like. I ask you this: if you've never done a job, how do you even know that you will like it?
We are always looking for people to interview. Please make sure to provide information that will help us to determine your eligibility. Email us at Info@JobTalk4All.com and put "Interview" in the subject bar.
Job Talk 4 All's mission is to inform all people about different career paths, not just people who are starting out in the career-world. Not just people who want to go to college, not just people who want to be entrepreneurs or CEOs. If you are looking for industry-specific interviews, you can find them pretty easily. For instance, if you're interested in interviews with entrepreneurs only, you check out Under30CEO.com.
I've lived in Princeton for most of my life - it's home. While I love interviewing people from all geographic locations, I felt it was important for me to have a community-centered element of Job Talk 4 All. One of the benefits of interviewing people in my immediate community is that it's made me more connected with my town; I'm full of Princeton pride! I hope that Princeton Profiles inspires you to find out more about the people who live in your community.
Good question! I take interviews very seriously, and do not manipulate the facts. You can trust that the information that I present to you is accurate. You can look up all of the people that I have interviewed and see that they, indeed, are real people. Even more, I make sure that all of my interviewees see their final interview to make sure that I have not made any factual errors.
Job Talk 4 All started as a blog called Job Talk NJ. The first person I interviewed was a friend. After that, I just started thinking of people to interview and asking them, whether they were friends or not. I still interview people who are friends, but my reach extends far beyond friends. Sometimes a friend or acquaintance will suggest someone for me to interview. Other times I contact people who I have never met simply because I really want to share that person's career-story.