On a plane bound for Alaska, I left college — for good — my sophomore year.
Even though I have two degrees, there were another two degrees that I never completed.
My depression snuck up on me — and cost me my job.
Ask a Manager just posted a complete guide to job interviewing.
I remember the devastating feeling of coming to the end of my MFA in theater and understanding that I would be unlikely to become an academic or a professional theater artist.
I’m a recent humanities PhD with lots of student loan debt struggling to get my life together.
The next installment in Carolita Johnson’s “A Woman’s Work” series is up at Longreads.
It’s not hard to get a job at a major company’s corporate headquarters, especially if you treat it like a goal.
No one else’s pants were cuffed or pleated. My $80 tie was too wide.