These people have the best jobs, popular jobs, awesome jobs, and in general jobs we want.
We chatted with Kiki Burger, who does PR for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, to see how she uses her communications career to fight breast cancer.
From teenage inventors to people shaking up business, prepare to be seriously inspired by these fearless minds who are changing the world—for the better.
While most of her time is spent with breast cancer patients, Dr. Lisa McGrail is also helping research some of the coolest technologies in breast cancer care.
Former lawyer Shannon Bream took a risk and ultimately landed her dream job as Fox’s Supreme Court Correspondent. Read on for her story.
If you love to travel, you’ll love to read about the career of Jenny Buccos. The founder of ProjectExplorer.org, she’s traveled to 50 countries and directed more than 400 short films, which she shares with students to help build global awareness.
Advancing your career within a start-up or small company can be challenging—after all, there aren’t many positions to move into. But Austin Geidt, Uber’s Head of Launch, did it, and she shares her advice for anyone wanting to do the same.
Ever dream about a more exciting job? Check out our Q&A with J.C. Carleson, who left her corporate gig to work as a CIA operative, to learn more about working for the Agency. Plus, get her advice for breaking in and some clandestine tactics for your own career.
Annie Ladino bounces between styling celebs, doing TV promos on E!, and working as Chief Stylist for Shop it to Me. Sound like your dream gig? Read on to get Annie’s advice for breaking into the industry.
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.
Anne Lieberman has always been interested in gender issues and in martial arts, so she combined the two and researched the role of women in Thai’s national sport, Muay Thai boxing. We caught up with Anne to discuss what she’s learned.