Lessons learned in my 30s that helped me survive and will help me live a longer life.
Job hopping is viewed poorly by recruiters. But is the fear of being viewed as a job hopper worth your mental health?
Saying “never again” feels like the only cure to avoid feeling big hurt, but that’s just not true.
Everyone wants to talk about the future of work, but we're not being practical. Our data sucks. AI can't write job descriptions with that.
I get so stressed thinking I’m not going to make the right choice, I forget that having a choice is a gift in itself.
Skills-based hiring is universally biased & based off 1 person’s understanding of the skill - but experiences actually showcase said skills.