It’s that time of the year when students are getting a taste of what it’s like to bring home the bacon with summer internships. Before I delve into this post, I just wanna say I’m so glad I was born in 1975 because I never had to worry about internships early on as a student.
It’s that time of the year when I receive my compensation plan and my bonus gets paid out. I’m happy to report that I’m pleased with the numbers. Not only do I enjoy what I do, but I feel I’m paid a fair wage. Exactly one year ago, I was no where close to pleased.
One month ago I started aggressively job-hunting—as aggressive as you can be while having a full-time job. My job hunt consists of searching key words in my current employer’s website, LinkedIn, Simply Hired, and the job postings on the Chicago Booth alumni website. I find that the easiest search is the key word ‘MBA’ to
I wanted to Tweet this great article from the Wall Street Journal, but you have to be a subscriber to view in its entirety. I’m posting here instead. Interesting debate on MBAs catering to athletes. I vote against! Apply like the rest of us and benefit from a class of diverse backgrounds. By MELISSA KORN
My camera went dysfunctional on me during our LA trip. The pictures from the BBQ turned out horrible so I’ll have to post pictures from Dean’s camera later on. I’ve spent the last few days reading camera reviews and wringing my hands over what I can afford. During the BBQ, I was talking to my