You see them at conferences; you read their blogs. You probably even follow them on Twitter. They are the original Talent Advisors. CareerBuilder has put together an A-list team of industry bloggers to bring you a diverse range of insider insight and industry know-how.
Only a few of us are actually called to be leaders. The only way you can lead people is by telling them what to do. To be a leader, you have to do great things that change the world. Right? WRONG! All of these statements are what we may have previously thought about leadership, but are far from true.
Here’s a stat you won’t find on SportsCenter: Jobs in sports-related industries have increased by 12.6 percent between 2010 and 2014, while the overall national job market grew by 5.5 percent, according to a new report from CareerBuilder and EMSI. Sports-related jobs also demand higher-than-average salaries, with average earnings of $78,455 per year, compared to the national average of $57,947.
Though many are calling the Emmys producers “sexist” for a stunt that put actress Sofia Vergara on a pedestal to be ogled by viewers, that moment was hardly the only offensive part of the night. Just a couple hours earlier, on the red carpet, E! reporters (and I use the term loosely) were subtly reinforcing gender stereotypes.
As the White House appears to be lightening up when it comes to enforcing a strict dress code on certain personnel, it's time to revive the age-old debate about whether formal dress codes should still play a significant role in today's workplace.
Long before there was Team Bill or Team Eric, Team Jacob and Team Edward, or Team Peeta and Team Gale, America was caught in a love triangle between two other men: Siskel and Ebert. But even members of Team Siskel can appreciate “Life Itself,” the documentary based on Roger Ebert’s memoir of the same name.
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