Feeling stuck? How to approach making a career change

Guest Blog Post By: Jodi Lastman ‘Pivot’ has become the hot word in startup circles. YouTube did it, Flickr did it and we should be able to do it too. In short the message is that abruptly shifting in the face of obstacles is cool and easy. Those of us …

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13 Tips To Finding A Social Innovation Job

Looking for a social innovation job? No matter how you define social innovation, we got the latest tips and guidelines for finding a career in this growing sector.  We’ve curated feedback from different social innovation insiders to bring you this list. 1. DON’T JUDGE A JOB BY ITS TITLE. Social …

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The secret trick to getting an interview is coffee

Meeting for coffee isn’t just for first dates anymore. A 30 minute coffee chat can help land you a coveted interview. How? It’s estimated that 80% of jobs are gotten through some form of networking. I used to think that all you needed was a great cover letter and a strong …

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Career switching? Top 3 resume must dos

Three things you need to keep in mind for your resume when you’re a career switcher.

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How to find meaningful jobs

We’ve been getting a lot of questions about the types of jobs we will post on Bmeaningful and why we’re different than LinkedIn or Workopolis. The types of jobs we post We specialize in jobs that have both a purpose and a paycheque (read: meaningful jobs that pay you normally …

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Where to Study Corporate Social Responsibility

Whether you’re interested in an MBA in corporate social responsibility, sustainability or just enhancing your CSR skills, there’s a program for that. In the last few years, corporate social responsibility has gone from being a nice-to-do to a must-do for businesses. And now, there’s more options for companies looking for specialized …

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Can You Make Money With A Meaningful Job?

The short answer is yes. Aside from volunteerism, you can make money and have a meaningful career. Meaningful jobs pay a salary, so the question is not whether you can make money doing good, but rather how much. We know there’s a perception that non-profits can’t compete with corporate salaries …

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