Topic: dating

Put A Ring On It: Can An Engagement Ring Impact Your Career?

Put A Ring On It: Can An Engagement Ring Impact Your Career?

Today is Valentine’s Day, the official day of love. And if you’re anything like me you probably have a few friends who just got engaged and you are already figuring out how you are going to make to six weddings in three months time. Plus, I recently just watched Lord of the Rings. Basically, rings have been on my mind. Specifically how rings impact women when they go on job interviews. It seems silly. Why should a little accessory impact your potential as a candidate for a job? Well, it shouldn’t but as we know an engagement rings represent a lot more than a necklace or pair of earrings. More »

Speed Dating And Interviewing: How To Find “The One”

Speed Dating And Interviewing: How To Find âThe Oneâ

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, finding “The One” is on the minds of many. Flowers, candy, hearts, and presents galore — even the most anti-romantic individual may be feeling a twinge of love in the air. But finding “The One” isn’t just something of interest to those actively dating — it’s also a difficulty faced for many companies looking to hire top talent. More »

How To Date A Career Woman

How To Date A Career Woman

Since Valentine’s Day is here, we thought we would give you a little dating advice based on a recent Men’s Health column called “How to Date a Crazy-Busy Woman.” The article was based on a new survey from It’s Just Lunch, a personalized dating service for busy professionals. According to this new data, women are SUPER BUSY AND STUFF. They are so busy they sometimes have to cancel dates! But if you do manage to nab one of these busy ladies, here’s how to play it. We paraphrased a bit, because we’re SO BUSY and ON THE GO. More »

It’s A Date. (Or Is It?)

Itâs A Date. (Or Is It?)

The message came through LinkedIn. “I’ll be in New York again shortly,” it said, “and wanted to know if you want to grab a drink.”

I’m bad with names. His company vaguely rang a bell. We weren’t Facebook friends. “I’m sorry if this sounds bad,” I wrote back. “But how do I know you?” He explained that we’d met at an event a few years back. “We had a back and forth going on,” he said. More »