5. Most of your coworkers will look out for you…except your enemies.
A generation of freelancers runs the risk of turning into a generation of introverts.
You won’t be making any money, you’ll feel like a failure.
It was the first thing he asked me in the interview: “You can get salad, right?”
No one will be able to tell that I used dry shampoo.
This is a call for applications for a three-month paid, full-time internship at Thought Catalog.
It’s not weird that I fantasize about my office building burning down so that work gets canceled.
“Bah!” I say, pulling my filthy little smoke-stained hoodie tighter around my shoulders. I need a sandwich. Where are my pants? I shuffle past the darkened window slowly and pause in front of the mirror to remind myself that I am a person.
It’s not always #funemployment and anyone who tells you as much is a rotten liar. But sometimes? Sometimes there’s an upside to taking a breather, stepping back, and evaluating where you are and where you want to go.
A good amount of wireless employees (myself included) know a lot less about these devices than you would first believe. Good customer service and sales skills go a long way. Sell the sizzle, not the steak.