Between most of my college friends hating their jobs and my unconventional career path, I find myself talking to a lot of young people about career advice. The conversations take many forms, but I always come back to the same piece of advice: work for someone who is genuinely interested in your personal and professional development. But what does that look like? How can I determine whether that’s the case?
If I was graduating college today or switching industries, I’d try to work for someone that embodies the following qualities:
Relevant domain mastery:
You should work for someone who is very good at what you want to get good at. I’ve experienced the spectrum of …