Careers

Impact on Layoff Survivors

With a slow economic recovery well underway, there is a new employment story to be told—those who remain at organizations […]

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Extroverted man

Four Careers for Extroverts

Remember that kid that you sat next to in class that wouldn’t be quiet?  The one that everyone thought wouldn’t […]

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Psychological Science at Work

The Association for Psychological Science recently debuted their business research blog, Minds for Business, devoted to the study of work […]

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How to Sustain a Publishing Career

In the December issue editorial of Family Business Review, published online today, Professor Mike Wright, Imperial College and Professor Pramodita Sharma, […]

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Get Published!

Do you have a paper to submit for Compensation & Benefits Review? Compensation & Benefits Review is accepting bylined articles […]

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Oh the humanities: Oxford graduates do well, but what about the rest?

A study of 11,000 alumni from the University of Oxford has shown that humanities graduates went on to work in the UK’s major growth sectors. The Oxford study can’t tell us much about the fate of graduates at other universities around the UK. But it does prompt a closer look at the stigma surrounding humanities subjects in the UK.

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Can Brands be Intellectuals?

As an academic, you are a brand not only as a matter of choice, but, increasingly, due to powerful institutional imperatives that are becoming harder and harder to ignore.

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To Succeed, Should You Specialize?

In today’s market, does job specialization help or hinder one’s career? A new article published by John-Paul Ferguson and Sharique […]

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