Tag Archives: new job

When Did “Above Average” Become “Not Good Enough”?

By Eirinn Norrie As a recent college graduate, I’ve been feeling the pressure that comes with having a good resume and good grades. Navigating the job market and scrambling to get a job has been brutal. After several rejections, I kept thinking, “could I have done more in school? If I had taken on another […]

Fit In By Standing Out

By Carly Rome When starting a new job, many young professionals seek advice on how to assimilate to a company’s culture, or to office life in general. We often start out by aiming to please, devoting our entire selves to meeting expectations and fitting seamlessly into the philosophies and ways of doing things that our bosses […]

The Art of Being Selfish

By Maria Pianelli You do you. I’m all too familiar with those three little words. The words that greet you at the end of a relationship. “He’s an ass anyway. You do you.” The words that console you during the resulting dry spell. “You do you for awhile. The right guy will come along.” Mom’s […]

Intern, Reincarnated: Scoring a Job at Your Old Stomping Grounds

by April Castillo Working at Woman’s Day is kind of a deja vu scene for me. The last time I was there, it was the summer of 2013 and I was working in the health department as an American Society of Magazine Editors editorial intern. Now I’m working in the food department while their associate […]