iOS Mobile Engineer

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Mobile apps are revolutionizing travel and this client is at the front of the pack. They’re already delivering an amazing smartphone experience to hundreds of millions — now they’re boldly exploring new features that will radically change how travelers use phones. This is a team you…

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Freelance Medical/Science Long-Form Writer

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One of New York’s most prestigious medical centers is looking to build a select team of writers and editors to help it create and polish a series of long-form annual reports and related materials, which will be sent to physicians around the country.

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Freelance Science Writer

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One of New York’s most prestigious medical institutions is building a team of science-savvy writers to help reinvent healthcare communication in a more approachable and useful way. This is not medical writing like JAMA or the NEJM — think NY Times’ Well or Diagnosis blogs.

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Account Exec — Agency/Brand-side Sales

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This game-changing content marketing startup is seeking a Agency Sales Executive with a passion for digital and a record of developing new business. If you are confident and comfortable pitching cutting-edge technology to the c-suite, this gig is right on the money.

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Director of Production

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One of the largest and fastest growing media companies in the universe is looking for a Director of Production who can manage a mighty creative studio developing every kind of content imaginable. Interested in directing a team with massive creative firepower in graphics, digital, animation, live events and video? This is your career-making opportunity.

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Mobile Product Manager (Food)

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Food, glorious food! Are you eager to app it? A global group of experts all? Wouldn’t you love to tap it? Why spend your life in purgatory? Work on the top app in its category! Be this Mobile Product Manager and all you’ll do is brood — on food, marvelous food, wonderful food, gloooorius food!

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Vice President of Digital Marketing

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This independent, privately-owned investment firm is growing at a phenomenal rate and needs a Digital Marketing Vice President who can ramp up the brand’s online presence at full-speed. This is the job for someone who can think big picture and develop a three-continent digital strategy using lean methodology.

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Publisher Sales Account Executive

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This game-changing digital startup (funded by a global media corporation) is seeking a Business Development/Sales Executive who can manage strategic partnerships among a rapidly growing group of Fortune 1000 clients. Do you have the confidence and ambition to deal with the most successful brands in media and marketing? If so, this could be the ground-floor opportunity you’ve been waiting for.

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Visual Designer

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A top-ranked New York medical center is re-imagining how people interact with healthcare providers and is seeking a designer with a refined visual sensibility and portfolio to match.

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Search Engine Optimization Strategist

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If you love the finer things in life — like food, travel and SEO — this will make your day. The most respected name in media is looking for a SEO Specialist to focus on their high-end lifestyle channels. Want to spend your days optimizing sun-drenched islands and full-bodied Cabernets? Read on, my friend, read on…

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Todd Cherches

Is Gen X the “Jan Brady” of the Generations?

Having entered the workforce during tough economic times, many Gen Xers, unfortunately, missed the boat that Millennials are about to set sail on. Gen Xers showed up on time, wore a suit, didn’t ask for perks, waited years for that big promotion that never came, and did all the right things…only to now find Baby Boomers tripping over them to shake hands with the GenY/Millennials.

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When the Tables are Turned: 5 Things Boomers and Gen Xers Need to Think About When Being Interviewed by a Millennial

In our last post, we discussed Five Myths About Millennials That Boomers and Gen Xers Need to Let Go Of, and in our previous piece we explored Five Things Millennials Need to Know When Being Interviewed By a Baby Boomer. Now in this, the third…

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5 Myths About Millennials That Boomers and Gen Xers Need to Let Go

As part of our continuing series on generational issues in the workplace, my last post discussed Five Things Millennials Need to Know When Being Interviewed by a Baby Boomer. Co-written with generational expert, Brad Szollose, today’s post explores and dispels some of the common –…

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Todd Tarpley

5 Things Millennials Need to Know When Being Interviewed by a Baby*

(*a response to Todd Cherches’ column; Five Things Millennials Need to Know When Being Interviewed By a Baby Boomer) 1. Babies can’t understand what you’re saying You probably can’t understand their questions either. So it doesn’t matter what you say. The important thing is to…

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Five Things Millennials Need to Know When Being Interviewed By a Baby Boomer

One of the hottest topics out there right now is the subject of generational differences in the workplace. As discussed in my recent post entitled, “Spanning the Decades: Career Advice for Every Age and Every Stage,” four generations – Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, and…

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Todd Cherches

Ice, Rice, or Mice? The Burden of Communication is On You – 6 Tips To Help You Communicate

My Diet Coke had gotten warm, so I asked the waitress for “some more ice.” A few minutes later, instead of the ice, she brought me another bowl of white rice. I said “more ice”; she heard “more rice.” So whose fault was it? (And…

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Todd Cherches

Slow Down! Thinking Too Fast Could Ruin Your Job Interview

So, you have a job interview or a big meeting coming up with the boss or an important client. You’ve done your homework and you’re prepared, primed, and pumped up. But have you thought about your thinking speed? We all know that interviews and high-stakes…

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Allison Hemming

You’re Being Scouted! Five Tips To Make Sure You Are Poachable

It’s not your imagination, jobs are now hunting for you, not the other way around. A newly released report from The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco says that, “Roughly three-quarters of job switchers did not report having looked for a new job,” and “workers…

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Todd Cherches

15 Fascinating Books to Help You Become a Better Thinker in 2015

Fifteen books that show not only how we think, but also how we can start to think better.

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Start the New Year Off Right with 7 Simple Productivity and Time Management Tips

In my last post, I talked about the “unmade beds” in our lives. Those messy distractions that drain our energy, keep us from focusing, and stand in the way of getting any “real work” done. But once you’ve made the bed and sat down at…

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Stay tuned for our 2013 schedule of courses!

A brand-new schedule of courses for the creative class is coming soon!

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Product Council featuring Justworks and Maven Clinic

Working on a startup or have new product ideas? Perhaps you’re iterating an existing product? If you make, manage or own products this event is not to be missed! Product Council meets each month at PivotalLabs to explore product challenges with some of NYC’s hottest…

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Two weeks left to submit to 5th Annual UX Awards!

The 5th Annual UX Awards, the premier awards for exceptional UX, is accepting submissions for another three weeks until September 15, 2015 at UXAwards.org. 2015 UXies judges hail from London, NY, Seattle & SF and include top UX & Design execs at AirBNB, Khosla Ventures, Google,…

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10 Things Every [Female] Founder Should Know: Family and Funding

As part of the Female Founder Initiative at Cyrus Innovation, we’re hosting a panel on Family and Funding. Our experts will tell you their experience getting their companies off the ground, even while pregnant. Our panelists include Andrea Turner Mofitt, Rachel Kaplowiz, Emma Weisberg, Kelsey…

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Conversations: Inside Twitter’s News Strategy

The next Daily News Innovation Lab “Conversations” event, “Inside Twitter’s News Strategy,” takes place on September 9 in New York City. Jay Rosen, author of PressThink.org and professor of journalism at NYU, will sit down with Twitter’s News team for a discussion on how Twitter…

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Maker Faire New York

Maker Faire is part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new. As a celebration of the Maker Movement, it’s a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. Maker Faire is primarily designed to be forward-looking, showcasing makers who are exploring new forms…

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Business Writing: Six-Week Class

When you’re writing for work, you want to sound professional but not dull, competent but not arrogant, friendly, but not too much. It’s a difficult balancing act, and, for many people, the source of a thrumming, low-grade anxiety. Gotham Writers Workshop’s Business Writing class will…

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Re:Design Creative Directors Conference

The theme for 2015 is Golden Age or Mid-life Crisis: Creating context in a world that is focused on the small screen. Join Symposiarch Cameron Campbell and a fascinating group of creative leaders as they lead discussions that involve everyone in the room. At Re:Design,…

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