I’m a Voice-over Actor Who Found My Passion While Working in Sales

Matt Baker wanted to be an astronaut when he grew up. While that didn't pan out, he's now a voice-over actor with a pretty cool job. Here's how he got his start, including his career in sales and the co-worker who referred him to Discovery to do voice-overs.

6 Jobs That’ll Help You Do Good With Your Law Degree (That Don’t Involve Being a Lawyer)

Many people pursue law school because of the desire to make a difference. While it can be a challenging decision to move away from law, the good news is that there are plenty of jobs in the social-impact space where your law degree can be quite useful.

How I Made “Going Green” Into a Full-time Career

Hannah Debelius—Sustainability Outreach and Communications Manager at American University—has always loved the environment. And, she was able to make it her career! Here's how she got where she made going green into a full-time career.

I’m an Accountant Who’s Worked With Casinos—Here’s My Story

When Patty DiFlorio, CPA, started college, she knew she wanted to be in the business world. And, when she really enjoyed her first accounting class, she decided that was the career she’d pursue. Here's her story, including her work with the Casino Control Commission.

4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Enrolling in a Coding Bootcamp

Quitting your current job, possibly moving, and coming up with the cash to pay for tuition and other expenses is no small thing. Before making a commitment to going the coding bootcamp route, here are four main questions you should ask yourself.

I’m a Full-time Designer Who Tried the Freelance Track

Jacob Gambino—Design Director at The Muse—is one of those rare (and lucky) individuals who knew what he wanted to do with his career before he even went to college. Here's his story about working as a freelancer and why he decided to go back to a full-time role.

I’m a Full-time Designer Who Tried the Freelance Track

Jacob Gambino—Design Director at The Muse—is one of those rare (and lucky) individuals who knew what he wanted to do with his career before he even went to college. Here's his story about working as a freelancer and why he decided to go back to a full-time role.

5 Career Lessons You’re Never Too Old to Learn, According to 5 Real Stories

Here at The Muse, we love giving you advice (could you tell?). But if there’s one thing we love about our career story features, it’s that they provide us with some invaluable lessons, too. Here are some of our favorite lessons from five of our favorite stories.

5 Career Lessons You’re Never Too Old to Learn, According to 5 Real Stories

Here at The Muse, we love giving you advice (could you tell?). But if there’s one thing we love about our career story features, it’s that they provide us with some invaluable lessons, too. Here are some of our favorite lessons from five of our favorite stories.

My Illness Inspired Me to Launch 2 Organizations Dedicated to Helping Others

At just 15 years old, Roxanne Black-Weisheit was diagnosed with Lupus. At 42, she was diagnosed with lymphoma. Black-Weisheit has overcome extensive adversity, but it's only made her stronger and more driven. Here's how she launched not one, but two nonprofits helping people with illnesses.