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How to Ace a Google Interview

Interview Questions Google Google career WILLIAM POUNDSTONE

Submitted Dec 24 2011 By Linda Cruz, 13 comments

A. He was playing Monopoly.Imagine a man named Jim. He's applying for a job at Google. Jim knows that the odds are stacked against him. Google receives a million job applications a year. It's estimated that only about 1 in 130 applications results in a job. By comparison, about 1 in 14 high-schoo...more»


10 Things Your Commencement Speaker Won't Tell You

new grad Life Lessons CHARLES WHEELAN

Submitted Apr 30 2012 By Linda Cruz, 12 comments

Class of 2012, I became sick of commencement speeches at about your age. My first job out of college was writing speeches for the governor of Maine. Every spring, I would offer extraordinary tidbits of wisdom to 22-year-olds—which was quite a feat given that I was 23 at the time. In the decades ...more»


Are You As Busy As You Think?


Submitted Feb 22 2012 By Victor Bennett, 12 comments

There was a time, not so long ago, when I was busy, busy, busy. At least I thought I was. I told people I worked 60 hours a week. I claimed to sleep six hours a night. As I lamented to anyone stuck next to me at parties, I was basically too busy to breathe. Me time? Ha! Now I work 45 hours a we...more»


Updating a Resume for 2011

Resume Tips Resume Writing Resume Advice ELIZABETH GARONE

Submitted Nov 21 2011 By Susan Copper, 6 comments

I am a senior executive and haven't looked for a job in more than 10 years. How can I make my rйsumй more current by today's standards?more»


Taking On Two Jobs

Workplace Career Path Career Decision Moonlighting DENNIS NISHI

Submitted Nov 24 2011 By Susan Copper, 10 comments

After working a full day at the stables of her horse transport and training business, Melissa Weiser heads to BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse. But the 40-year-old from Los Angeles isn't grabbing a drink with friends. She works evenings as a waitress to make up for the dip in her business and to ge...more»


The New American Divide

Charles Murray

Submitted Nov 13 2012 By Jason Edwards, 12 comments

The ideal of an 'American way of life' is fading as the working class falls further away from institutions like marriage and religion and the upper class becomes more isolated. Charles Murray on what's cleaving America, and why. more»

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