Do you look in your closet every morning and moan some version of “Ugh! I hate all of my clothes right now!” Well, we’ve discovered a few amazing new companies aiming to help you out. Read on for our six favorite new fashion sites.
It happens: You get invited to interview for a job you’re just not that stoked about. But while getting your suit ironed and resume printed seems like a drag, heading to that interview anyway is definitely worth your time.
Alle Fister, founder of communications and style firm Bollare, has an amazing job—but it didn’t come to her by chance. Read on for her story on how a little tenacity landed her the career of her dreams, plus her advice for breaking in to the PR world.
Negotiating isn’t easy, but it’s the best power we have to make a change in the gender pay gap. Today, spend some time learning how to uncover what you’re worth, ask for a raise, and negotiate—and then go put that advice into action.
When you’re actively job-hunting, you have your interview basics ready to go. Resume—check! Power suit—check! But even when you’re not looking for a new gig, here’s why you should always be interview-ready—and some easy steps to get prepared.
Catt Sadler, the Weekend Anchor at E!, pretty much has a dream gig: She interviews celebrities for a living. How’d she get there? In a candid Q&A, Catt tells us how she broke in to the entertainment world.
In recent years, we’ve seen a wave of organizations addressing the world’s biggest problems in incredibly innovative ways. We sat down with Harvard’s Michael Chu to learn more about this growing field of social enterprise.
Happy New Year, Muses! We’re kicking off 2013 with five killer resolutions for your career. Whether you’re looking for your first gig or you’re moving into management, we guarantee you’ll set yourself up for success in January and beyond. Cheers!
When you’re asked “what’s your greatest strength?”, you’ve got it covered. But, your weaknesses? That can be much tougher to answer. Here are three strategies to ensure that talking about your weaknesses won’t be the weak spot in your next interview.
When it comes to interview attire, there’s no one-suit-fits-all approach—your look should reflect the place you’re applying. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Check out our guide to four common company types and what to wear for each.