Chanel’s First Global CEO was a Literature Major

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Maureen Chiquet talks to Knowledge@Wharton, University of Pennsylvania, about her new book “Beyond the Label,” and her career.

She talks about her interesting “jagged career path,” following her passions as they arose in her life, and her experiences as an …

By Rachel Landis
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Managing Emotions during the Job Search

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The “Job Search” is one not to be taken lightly. It is a long process (that’s why we say process), and it takes a toll after a while. You have worked extremely hard on your degree(s) at IU, and sometimes …

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Fixing Your Mentality For Going Back To College Life

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Let me guess, you’ve been eating popsicles and lounging by the pool for the last three months? Or perhaps you’ve been working hard at a summer job, or maybe traveling across seas? Whatever your summer activities include, there is one …

By Carrye Simmons
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Ballerina + Quantum Physicist

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Merritt Moore, a professional ballerina and aspiring quantum physicist (studying her doctorate at Oxford) is doing something that is not common in careers. How many people can be fully dedicated to two completely different professions? However, she fully believes she …

By Rachel Landis
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Why Passion is the Most Important Aspect of a Career

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If you’re still deciding what career path to pursue, consider this perspective on success: you will fail to have a great career if it’s not one of your passions.

Larry Smith, a leading economist, describes this idea in his TED …

By Amanda Stroiman
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