Aneil Mishra
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Why Every College Student Should Take Econ 101

Economics may be called the "dismal science," but your career will be far less dismal if you learn the basics of how business and the economy work.

Getting Millennials to Love Their Jobs Isn't About Pool Tables and Beer

Leadership, and the lack thereof, explains whether employees love or hate their jobs, not the perks of "cool culture" companies.
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5 Factors to Consider When Continuing Your Education Online

There's a lot of hype and little substance in online education programs. Here are some key things to consider when deciding how to continue your education online.
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7 Must-Read Books to Advance Your Career

Lots of books claim to help you with your career, but we guarantee that reading these will positively enhance your current job, and your lifelong career.
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3 Reasons Why An Ivy League Education Actually Is Worth It

There are significant benefits to an Ivy League education. They may be obtained at other institutions, but perhaps not as easily.
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3 Stereotypes About Millennials That Are Totally False

Let's focus on the positive stereotypes about millennials rather than these three negative ones.

Bobby Knight 'The Power Of Negative Thinking': Argument Totally Wrong

Though the basketball coach's new book argues otherwise, optimism will do a lot more for you than pessimism, both in life and your career.
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Does a Cut-Throat Office Culture Help or Hinder Productivity?

Those who believe they're not being adequately rewarded will always flee, so workplace hostility hurts everyone in the long run.
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The 20 Best Companies For Millennials

These 20 'Fortune' 100 companies are doing their best to stop the rising millennial unemployment, helping the U.S. economy in 2013 and beyond.
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Are You Willing to Go Into Debt For Your Graduate Degree?

Is graduate school worth the debt? Here are three things to keep in mind before you start filling out your applications.
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Getting a College Degree is Actually Worth It if You Make the Most of It

As student loan debts increase, many millennials are asking themselves if college is really worth it. The answer is yes — if you're willing to invest in yourself.

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Unemployment Advice: 4 Tips On How to Learn From Your Job Hunt Mistakes

Success in getting a job requires failing early, and using your trusted network to avoid making the same mistakes again. It also means taking advantage of the benefits of job-searching.
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How to Find Success: To Succeed, You Must First Fail

Everyone fails. It is how people respond to failure, and what they learn from it, that allows them to become successful and even great.
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Should I Apply to Business School? Here is the Best Way to Answer That Question

Determining where to go to graduate school requires knowing how each school can develop your own goals, passions, and strengths. Seeking advice from a variety of sources is critical.
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Should I Get an MBA: Talk to Your ROCC Stars Before Climbing the MBA Mountain

You need to consult trustworthy people before deciding whether to pursue graduate school. Here's how to identify them, and what to listen for.
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Should I Get An MBA: The Biggest Questions You Need to Ask Yourself Before Doing This

You are much more likely to earn an MBA for the right reasons if you consider these four questions.

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7 Tips to Live Life to the Fullest

Increasing one's personal effectiveness requires not only thinking differently, but also acting differently. We all have ingrained habits; the challenge is to adopt the right ones.

Aaron Sorkin The Newsroom Review: 4 Lessons Millennials Teach Us

In this new show by HBO, there are lots that millennials can teach their older bosses, and one another, about leadership and management.

HBO Show The Newsroom: What We Like and Dislike About the Aaron Sorkin Political Drama (+Full Episode)

After three episodes of "The Newsroom," Aaron Sorkin's latest HBO drama, what is the verdict?