Phoenix Forward magazine

5 simple tips for people who hate networking

People love to hate on professional networking: It’s transactional, they say — a drab, white room with people mechanically exchanging business cards. I used to think so, too. Before founding The Muse, I was the world’s worst professional networker. I knew, in theory, that it was important — to get a new job, to get a promotion or advance a career, to make connections or learn ...

Scholarship helps business student dream big

It wasn’t an episode of “Sex and the City” or the bright lights of Manhattan that fueled Stephanie Brovender’s fantasies about ...

CPA

How to become a CPA

While accounting careers range from clerical positions to chief financial officers, in most states only a certified ...

Human services degree

What can you do with a human services degree?

If you’re passionate about helping others, earning a degree in human services can lead to a career in which you can make a ...

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University alumna is a financial role model

Kim Murphy is a University of Phoenix graduate four times over: She holds ...

7 job interview questions you should ask

It’s a common situation: The job interview is wrapping up, and you’re confident ...

Special education teacher

What it takes to become a special education teacher

Working in special education requires more than a bachelor’s degree and state ...

Career change

How you can tell it’s time for a career change

If work is no longer fulfilling, and you’re thinking about making a move, how do ...

Cybersecurity expert uses hacking skills for good

Summer Lee only needs to press a few keys on her computer to break into online ...

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