Just read the news, from multiple sources. Then when someone defends this or that regime your bullshit detector will kick in automatically.
No, we went there and it was a load of fucking bollocks and came back. That's why they're stuck with a stupid name and no readers and slashdot-reject articles. The hissy-fit politics was amusing for a while, though.
Most people haven't heard of "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" though.
It is indiscriminate, but then, I have different job search requirements than you do, likely.
I would never put all my eggs in one or two baskets. This is a perfect match market, and one or two companies isn't enough for a good job search.
Monster.com. Dice.com. Simplyhired.com. LinkedIn.com There are millions of sites, you just have to tune your searches.
After 12 years of doing that, I became so well known that now recruiters call me, several times a week.
Really? Put out 100 resumes. At least 5 will come back with interviews.
MIA since 2011, according to his profile page.
Oh yeah, and They're free
Sure to piss off most conservatives and liberals, is my "Catholic Pro Life" bumper sticker: Six categories, all crossed out in dripping red blood:
No Death Penalty
I realize this would be difficult as a first-job type, but be very careful about taking on added responsibilities without any discussion with the powers-that-be about compensation. It is very easy for a "go-getter" to take on a lot more but never be recognized for those added responsibilities.
If nothing else, annual reviews should be an opportunity for you to bring up your now changed job description. As others have mentioned, salary negotiation is a key skill. If you are doing more for the company, you should use that as a negotiating advantage.
Oh, and start saving in a 401(k), IRA (Roth or otherwise) as soon as possible.
That's because they've been listening to Barry-White-ions.
Most scientists don't know about them because you have to search in lower frequency ranges.
When I started I poured everything into a shit-ass job and they were MORE than happy to squeeze more and more out of me (because recent grad +
After I quit that hellhole I went somewhere "normal" and I had a really hard time adjusting to not having to have everything done simultaneously as quickly as possible, I got my nights and weekends back and I didn't know what to do with myself. It was surreal.
That place started to go south (after it was gobbled up by a capital investment group) so I went to my current place which is even better still.
So the lesson I would give to my younger self is that don't be afraid to keep looking around for opportunities, sometimes the grass really is greener.
I appreciate software is different than engineering, but the collaboration, mentoring, and comorodory of an open office environment really helps build the business for us. While I do have an office
You like the open office environment, although you have your own office... how nice. Open offices are really nice as long as it is someone else dealing with being packed in like cattle.
Probably upload a patch that purges or swaps the CSV file as it approaches 32MB.
Or else use thefinglonger...
Yes, the definition of 'middle class' is somewhat arbitrary, but the percentile distibution curve of wealth is not.
There's always rich and poor, but it's the proportions.
If the top 1% rich people own 99% of the country, then there's rich and... serfs; and there's a 99% chance you're in the latter category.