Ready to find a better job? A new resource can help.

I’ve been a fan of Monster.com since their early commercials featuring kids who wanted to grow up and become "middle managment" or "yes-men."  Hilarious!  What can I say, I like companies that encourage people to follow their dreams. Monster is continuing this trend with a new initiative called Find Better, helping people find better jobs whether they’re just starting out, want to start their own businesses or are transitioning careers from military to civilian service for example.  There’s even an entertaining video series created with the Pivot TV network.  

Below you can find links and more information on upcomingTV and video segments to help in your own quest to Find Better… 

Monster introduces their latest campaign, Find Better!  Monster and the Pivot TV network have teamed up to create 9 segments for Take Part Livea topical show that tackles timely issues without taking itself too seriously and provides stories and conversations that matter to millennials.

Also being created are digital Find Better shorts featuring career advice and real life challenges.   View the latest segments at http://www.TakePart.com/FindBetter.  See below for upcoming topics. 

*Note: Pivot is not available to Time Warner customers, but you can view the digital shorts at the link above.

Upcoming Find Better egments

11/18 —Woman Amongst Boys

What is it like to be a female in a male-dominated field? Host Josh Shipp speaks with a woman who has experienced her career in the science/technology field. He then recaps the top 10 male-dominated fields where women currently are having an impact. In-studio, we discuss why there are so few women in certain fields and highlight strategies to encourage more females to pursue those paths.

12/9 —Choosing the Best Path

Shipp and specialists discuss the best ways to identify potential career paths for chosen fields and explore potential challenge/pitfalls that lie ahead. During the segment, experts provide tips and tools to determine, on an individual basis, the careers for which some millennials are best suited and creative or unexpected ways to get where you’re going.

12/16 —Beyond The Offer

So you got the job, now what?  Josh talks to experts about first job expectations, discussing what kind of leverage entry-level employees actually have. We explore questions about when it’s appropriate to re-negotiate salaries and offer tips to manage the balance between respecting the employer and advocating for yourself. 

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