In business, it’s one thing to be bad at a job that has to exist, or to be good at a job that doesn’t need to exist, but it’s hard to justify keeping a worker who is bad at a job that shouldn’t exist. On a slightly related note, that’s kind of how I feel about
Author: Jon Green
Take a second and ask yourself what your family’s socioeconomic status is. If you’re like the model American, you answered with something ending in “middle class” and chances are that you assigned yourself this identity without directly referencing your family’s annual household income as it compares to the American public.
Seniors: Raise your hand if you had an internship during one of the last three summers. Now, keep your hand raised if you’re leveraging that internship into a job right now (in other words, keep your hand raised because you and I both know that internship is on your resume). Finally, whether or not you were
It’s perhaps the most fundamentally Millenial social experiment ever conducted, and it’s still going strong. After nearly ten days, Twitch is still playing Pokemon. For the uninitiated, Twitch is a bot that operates a game emulator – in this case Pokemon Red/Blue – by taking commands from users. Type ‘a’ into the chat box, and Twitch
My first week of 2014 was marked by eating too much food, watching too much college football and regularly reloading my online transcript as I waited for last semester’s grades to show up. I did well, and I like to think I came by my good grades honestly. But I can’t be too sure… Last semester, the
So, freshmen (and a handful of sophomores and maybe one or two juniors), this week is rush week. You now have the opportunity to play group-level bachelor or bachelorette with people who have already been giving you alcohol for nearly six months. Now is probably a good time, then, to hear from a “god damn