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How I Found the Right Post-grad Job

I genuinely enjoy seeing people win—witnessing Kaya Thomas win is an extra treat though. I was first introduced to Kaya while listening to Another Round, and quickly fell in love with her grind, homebody spirit, and overall mindset around using technology to uplift and empower communities. One way she has done this is through We Read Too, an app she created in college that showcases 600+ children's and young adult books written by authors of color with characters of color.


Having trouble developing some guiding criteria for your current or upcoming job search? Making those defined bottom lines for your ideal role is never easy—especially right after college. Whether you're a few months away from closing that major educational chapter in your life or just in a general transition job wise, Kaya Thomas' How I Found the Right Post-grad Job may have some gems just for you.


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Sarah Paulson's Career Advice? Don't Succeed Early

I've said it before, I'll say it again: struggle is necessary. Read more about her journey here.


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Why Can't You Listen to Aaliyah? Ask Her Uncle

Honestly, this story is w i l d. Sometimes it's easy to forget that music companies and executives had, and still continue to have, complete control over artists and their music. In the case of Aaliyah, it's her uncle, and it's not boding well for the future of her musical legacy. Read the entire story here.


The Power of Two

They say to never mix business with pleasure, but who's to say making money with your life partner can't ever work? The Power of Two features partners in life and partners in business who are doing just that, proving there can be even deeper connections formed when you get paper with your partner.

I'm not exactly sure where to place this, but you should definitely check it out:

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