Within the next decade, millions of jobs will be available to cybersecurity professionals, with perhaps as many as 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity positions by 2021.
Mental illness is a stubborn foe. It affects how we think, feel, and act. Advocates must dispel the perception that depression and related conditions are a private concern that belongs in the shadows.
Teaching and working at startups have taught me about business. Now I can see how entrepreneurs and leading teachers can similarly run their classrooms or boardrooms.
In episode 10 of the Pave Your Career Path podcast, Dr. Pamela Parkinson dispels myths about careers in legal studies and shares insightful tips.
When we’re bored at work, we typically clean up emails and our desk, take longer to complete tasks, snack or spend time on social media, or at least, those are some of the things I’ve done and seen others do. Such tasks are time fillers, and they don’t necessarily deal with boredom beyond the time that it takes to complete the ‘filler’ task. Going through something negative, like the loss of a job, career burnout or career boredom, can bring about opportunities for growth.
Unconscious bias can affect workplaces and organizations. It can introduce unintentional discrimination and result in poor decision-making.