When you’re interviewing for a job, there’s a strong chance that a recruiter or potential boss will ask what you believe are your strengths. Continue reading Discussing Your Strengths in a Job Interview
Bloomberg Engineering’s culture champions innovation. This is made possible by the different perspectives of our 6,000+ software engineers around the globe, who come from diverse backgrounds and geographies and who possess a variety of technology specialties. Continue reading How 4 engineers and culture champions are growing their careers at Bloomberg
by Eileen Hoenigman Meyer
In some ways, a remote job interview can seem like a welcome relief from the traditional format. You don’t have to worry about directions or getting stuck in traffic; plus, you only have to agonize over half an outfit. Continue reading 6 Things Interviewers Want Us to Know About Remote Interviews
By Samantha Subin
Caroline Wanga thrives on chaos.
That’s why she stepped away from roughly 15 years of hard work at Target in 2020 to tackle a new obstacle: helping a half-century-old Black media brand reinvent itself.
Want to develop new work skills that will open up more job opportunities? Or upgrade qualifications in your current career? This can be a great time to update your skills, and it doesn’t have to take a lot of time. Continue reading Are Your Skills Out of Date?
Tech companies used to be tight-lipped about the gender breakdowns of their employees. Some even argued that such information was a trade secret.
It’s a scenario many of us have found ourselves in. You’re nearing the end of a job interview and finally, you can begin to relax a little. Despite the nerves, you’ve Continue reading What kind of questions should you ask at the end of a job interview?
By Génesis Miranda Miramontes, NBC Los Angeles
Who can forget the smell of a Saturday spent cleaning, as the sound of music blasted in the background: the smell that filled the air and made you get up knowing you would have to grab a broom and help out? Continue reading Latina-Owned Candle Business Captures the Scents of Childhood
By Andrea Reindl, Mitu
August is National Black Business Month and this year, there’s no better time to support Black businesses. After the racial reckoning of 2020, many of us are still educating ourselves on structural racism and the impact it’s had on Black business owners and generational wealth. And part of that education includes shopping at Black-owned businesses. Continue reading 11 Gorgeous Afro-Latinx-Owned Online Shops To Support During National Black Business Month
By Emma Tucker, CNN
An all-Black female crew operated an American Airlines flight from Dallas to Phoenix in honor of Bessie Coleman, the first Black woman to earn a pilot’s license in 1921. Continue reading All-Black women crew operates American Airlines flight from Dallas in honor of trailblazer Bessie Coleman