LOS ANGELES — Could this be our first look at Michael Fassbender as the NeXT Steve Jobs?
Instagram user @seannung on Tuesday posted this photo of a poster purportedly showing the 12 Years a Slave actor as Jobs in an ad, presumably used for background at some point in the upcoming Steve Jobs movie.
We’ve seen pictures of Fassbender dressed as Jobs alongside Seth Rogen, who plays Steve Wozniak. But this appears to be our first look at Fassbender actually imitating the Apple co-founder
“After nearly seven years as CFO, I will be retiring from Google to spend more time with my family.”
That’s how Patrick Pichette, one of Google’s highest-ranking executives, led his announcement on Tuesday that he’d be retiring from his role at the company. That line of reasoning has become something of a safe clich
Things are looking up for job seekers. Unemployment numbers are down, the economy is improving and more opportunities are opening up. As professionals gain their financial and career stability back, many are looking at their options and considering what else is out there. In a survey conducted by Jobvite in November 2014, 45% of employed respondents said they would switch to a new job, even though they were satisfied with their current role.
There’s no shortage of interviews with Steve Jobs discussing Apple, or Jeff Bezos talking about Amazon, or Mark Zuckerberg talking about Facebook. These guys are incredibly successful, so they’re clearly great sources for advice on leadership, innovation, and hard work.
But they’re also incredibly successful. They’re speaking from a place to which most professionals can’t really relate. (When’s the last time your company’s stocks sold for $120 per share?)
Enter: StartUp, a podcast about…
Starting a new job is an exciting adventure. But it’s also riddled with landmines of potential awkwardness — think getting lost on the way to the copier or mistaking your new colleague for the mail guy. The gaffes and blunders may be inevitable, but they can still catch you off guard if you’re not prepared.
The best teacher is experience, and luckily for you, I’ve had my share of cringe-worthy new job encounters over the years. Here are few of my favorites and how I recovered with my…
It sounds too good to be true — but it’s not. There is one simple thing you can do to dramatically increase your likelihood of getting an interview and a job. Are you ready?
Follow the directions
Before you close out this tab (because this advice is, like, so obvious) and you surely always follow directions, let me say this: You just might not. I’m not talking about egregious examples like calling when the application says, “No phone calls, please,” or neglecting to show up for your…