This Is What Being a Management Consultant Actually Means

You've heard of consulting, but do you know what consultants actually do? We break it down for you.

I’m a Software Engineer Who Majored in Psychology and English

Here's how software engineer Neely Kartha went from various college majors to her current field (and what she learned along the way).

I Love My Day Job as an Engineer, But My Side Gig Is My True Passion

Meha Agrawal is a software engineer by day, and creator of SILK + SONDER planners by night. Here's her career story, and how she balances it all.

4 Truths About Turning Your Passion Into Your Career

We're not going to stop you from going after your passion—but there are four things you need to keep in mind before you do.

4 Secrets for Making Your Customers Love You, Courtesy of the Pros Who Do it Every Day

Offering great customer service means being the ultimate people person. Here's how to become one, courtesy of the pros.

I Launched a Marketing Career After 4 Years of Trying to Figure it All Out

Charlie Deese has worked in psychopharmacology, audiology, and education. Now she's in digital marketing, even though she studied healthcare.

3 Tech Experts on How Long it Takes to Learn to Code

If you've ever wanted to learn how to code, but felt daunted by the task, here's how long it (actually) takes—according to real professionals.

I’m a PR Director and This Is How I Worked My Way Up

Currently the Director of PR for The Muse, Tiffany Eckelberg recalls her previous work experiences, including, of course, her entry-level PR roles.

From Broadcasting to PR: I’m a Hopeful Career Changer

After studying broadcasting in school Ashley Wolf had a change of heart. Here's why she decided to make a change and start a career in public relations instead.

Ask a Credible Coach: How Can I Stop Being a Failure and Find a Job I’m Good At?

Just because you've had a series of jobs that haven't worked out, it doesn't mean you're doomed to professional failure forever. Here's how to start over fresh.