With the prolonged adolescence and delayed adulthood of many millennials, experts are beginning to wonder how these young people can ever be employed in successful careers. In many fields, long-term success is dependent on getting started early and working hard throughout your 20s.
Being successful even when you don’t have your whole life figured out yet can help you achieve goals and get you started. Included here are a few steps to take in your 20s that could further your professional career.
Women's technology buying habits outpace men, according to Parks Associates. More women are playing video games, buying tablets and smartphones, and having higher purchase intentions than men. Overall, Parks Associates urges manufacturers to give women practical and social reasons to buy, and they'll follow suit.
If you’re a woman considering starting a business or building your entrepreneurial brand, it pays (literally) to learn the tough lessons through osmosis. Now that a healthy amount of successful female entrepreneurs blazed the trails and are happy to share their wisdom, soak up as many tips as you can to create your own shortcuts.
There are four aspects to any organization’s business beliefs, according to the Denison Organizational Culture Model. To maintain healthy growth, a business needs to look both inward and outward. The roots of any organization give the foundation from which to expand, while keeping the company grounded in its original vision.
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