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4 Steps to Staying Sane as a Grad Student in the Real World
by / on 01/08/2018 at 20:30 / in The Review

4 Steps to Staying Sane as a Grad Student in the Real World

The joys of being a student: You wake up at 10 AM, have a nice long (healthy!) breakfast and finish up last night’s reading before strolling off to class. Wait! Last night’s reading? Seventy-five more pages for your 3 PM seminar? How are you going to read, go to the gym, cook lunch, and go grocery shopping before 3 PM? It’s tempting […]

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A Day in the Life of a B-School Student
by / on 30/07/2018 at 13:30 / in The Review

A Day in the Life of a B-School Student

Now that I’m starting my third week at business school, I feel like I’m finally settling into a routine. My days are pretty long, but I know that I’m packing a lot in. The hardest part so far is finding time to be social while getting more than a couple hours of sleep! I’m hoping that I’ll get more efficient […]

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Are You As Bulletproof As You Think You Are?
by / on 26/07/2018 at 16:00 / in The Review

Are You As Bulletproof As You Think You Are?

As an entrepreneur, you put yourself in the firing line every day. You know full well that bad things will happen. You will be shot at. Staff will move on, clients will leave. Competitors will compete. Haters will hate. You do everything in your power to mitigate the risk of these things happening, but some events are just out of […]

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This Is How Smart Bosses Retain Employees Returning From Maternity Leave
by / on 25/07/2018 at 13:00 / in The Review

This Is How Smart Bosses Retain Employees Returning From Maternity Leave

I was a partner in the UK when I first became pregnant. In an attempt to retain more female partners, the firm had just introduced a great new maternity policy—paid time off for six months. I was delighted. It took away any debate about how long I would take off and whether or not I would return to the company. […]

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How Your Job Can Help You Be a Happier, Healthier Human
by / on 20/07/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

How Your Job Can Help You Be a Happier, Healthier Human

Taxing commutes, long days slouched over a keyboard, and lunch breaks barely long enough to shove a sandwich down—let’s face it: Even the most dedicated among us find it hard to stay healthy in the office. And for those of us who travel for work, there’s a host of other challenges, from finding something healthy to eat during a 30-minute […]

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Meet The Members Of The Three-Comma Club
by / on 20/07/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

Meet The Members Of The Three-Comma Club

Capitalism’s global conquest continues as entrepreneurs around the globe mint fortunes in everything from cryptocurrencies to telecom to bridal dresses. Forbes has pinned down a record 2,208 billionaires from 72 countries and territories including the first ever from Hungary and Zimbabwe. This elite group is worth $9.1 trillion, up 18% since last year. Their average net worth is a record […]

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Soft Skills List and Examples
by / on 18/07/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

Soft Skills List and Examples

Soft skills are the personal attributes you need to succeed in the workplace. These are often related to how you work with others – in other words, these are people skills. Soft skills are different from hard skills, which are directly relevant to the job you are applying for. These are often more quantifiable, and easier to learn. A hard […]

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Reading Recession Risk in the US Yield Curve by Goldman Sachs
by / on 17/07/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

Reading Recession Risk in the US Yield Curve by Goldman Sachs

The difference in yield on longer- vs. shorter-dated Treasury bonds has flattened to razor-thin levels, fueling concerns that it could soon veer into negative territory. While this phenomenon — known as yield curve “inversion” — historically has predicted recession, its signaling power looks weaker this cycle in the eyes of Goldman Sachs’ Chief Economist Jan Hatzius and Chief Markets Economist Charlie Himmelberg. GS Research’s Marina […]

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6 High-Paying Jobs That Are Great for Career Changers
by / on 16/07/2018 at 16:00 / in The Review

6 High-Paying Jobs That Are Great for Career Changers

Have you heard? Changing careers is totally in. Gone are the days of holding one job in a professional lifetime. Unlike your parents who may have worked at one company for decades, you’re less likely to stick to the same job—or even the same career or industry—for the long haul. And the good news is, you don’t have to. These […]

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Leveraging Technology to Expand Opportunities for Female Entrepreneurs by Goldman Sachs
by / on 10/07/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

Leveraging Technology to Expand Opportunities for Female Entrepreneurs by Goldman Sachs

Research shows that investing in female entrepreneurs can have powerful multiplier effects as women tend to reinvest the majority of their incomes back into their families and communities — further developing their economies, society and boosting GDP growth. We sat down with John F.W. Rogers, Chairman of the Goldman Sachs Foundation, who explained how recent changes to the firm’s 10,000 Women program represent […]

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