Cameron Sorsby is the CEO of Praxis, where he's worked to help hundreds of people launch careers through apprenticeships at exciting and growing businesses around the US.
This week on Career Crashers, Harman Dayal of The Athletic joins the show to talk about how he broke into a career in sports journalism while still in his teens.
This week on Career Crashers, Mitko Karshovski joins the show to talk about his story of breaking into a career in marketing and how the explosion of remote work in 2020 should change the way we think about jobs.
"What truth do you know that very few people agree with you on?" This is the question that legendary entrepreneur and VC investor Peter Thiel likes to ask startup entrepreneurs who are looking for an investment from him. For Peter,
"I think the biggest mistake I see students make when they're doing any kind of interview is that they think it's about demonstrating their competency, when in reality, what they want to reveal is their character."
In less than a week, I built a website that mirrored theirs and used it as a pitch for the job.
Nick Black, founder and CEO of GoodUnited, shares with Joel how job hunters can do better, and what receiving a pitch is like from the business side.
Why is job searching so hard? Because you’re doing it wrong. It’s okay, it’s not your fault. The culture has imprinted the concept of “resume” in you since a young age. You absorbed it by osmosis: Resume = how to
If you've done the research, you're sitting on insights way more valuable than the average applicant
You can't get a job interview because a resume will not get the hiring manager's attention in 6 seconds. No matter how nicely formatted.