Career News Roundup: Listen First, Then Talk
Every month, the Metro Moms scour the internet to find relevant news for our readers. Here are our parenting career news picks for June 2012.
It’s important to give back if you want to be a successful woman entrepreneur.
Now employers are asking for your Facebook password!?
Social media for small business dummies.
Marketers, time to shift gears to focus on the US Asian market.
You must listen first, add value to the conversation, and then build your community — all before you can create commerce.
Job training; nobody wants to do it.
New to office decor; the park bench.
Starting a small business? Hire people who share your vision.
More than half of small business owners have gone without a paycheck to keep their companies afloat.
Good monthly jobs report? Time to hire!
FDIC insurance; not for business checking.
Women make 90% of household buying decisions. Might be a good idea to invest in companies run by, you know, women.
What IS a small business?
Having control over your schedule is the only way that women who want to have a career and a family can make it work.
You can have it all versus you can’t have it all.
Social media lets parents opt out of commuting life & structure days that work for you, your clients and your family.
There is always a price to pay for achievement, or for trimming your sails — to some degree, for some periods of time — at work.
Tell Junior to lie on the sofa so Mommy can get work done.
A stay-at-home mom goes from caring for twins and parents back to work.
Doctors know everything, right?
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