Earlier this year, we asked you to send us your resume challenges for our Mission: (Resume) Impossible contest. Today, we’re not only showing you the winners’ “before” and “after” resume looks, we’re giving you the inside scoop on how to make over your own resume.
So you want to learn how to code, but with the tons of resources out there—most of which don’t actually make sense yet—you’re not quite sure where to start. Well, read on: We’ve pulled together the best resources on the web to get you started.
Over the course of October, much money has been given in support of breast cancer research. Here’s a closer look at some of the projects and breakthroughs that our donations are going toward, and the exciting places our scientific community is putting its hopes.
Today, on the 10th anniversary of Title IX, we spoke with Ellery Hollingsworth, 20-year-old professional snowboarder and recent third place medalist at the Burton Canadian Open, about the role sports have played in her life.
We all know it’s a problem: American women make 77 cents on the dollar, compared to men. But what’s less clear is how to change that. And that’s why we at The Daily Muse are encouraging you to participate in the Equal Pay App Challenge. Read on to see how you can be part of the solution.
Meetings can often be the most efficient way to move forward—but only if they’re set up right. When it’s your turn to lead, use these five steps to set up the meeting effectively, and make sure your discussion is a time-saver rather than a time-waster.