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Kristen Creager


Kristen is a 20-something marketer and film composer living in Los Angeles, Calif. Kristen is excited about how her generation is changing the business world, and is passionate about combining creativity with business. She completed her business undergrad education at Michigan State University, and will be attending UC Irvine's full-time MBA program starting this fall, focusing on marketing and strategy. You can connect with Kristen on Twitter, or visit her website to find out more.

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Is Your Email Address Preventing You From Getting the Job You Want?

By | 70 Comments | July 5, 2011

You’ve heard about changing the stuff before the “@” in your email address, but what about the words that come afterwards? Are certain email domains preventing you from getting interviews? Read »


7 Ways to Kick Start Your MBA Program

By | 11 Comments | June 14, 2011

You’ve made it. After spending the past year studying for the GMAT, completing multiple applications and interviews, and anxiously awaiting decisions, you are only a few months away from entering business school full-time. Read »

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6 Tips to Stay Productive and Engaged While Working From Home

By and | 32 Comments | June 1, 2011

Over the past year, we have both found ourselves in a situation that’s becoming increasingly familiar to the American worker. Rather than wake up late and dash out the door to beat rush hour traffic, we simply roll out of bed, throw on a pot of coffee and turn on our computers. That’s because we’re […] Read »

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Confessions of a Telecommuter

By | 8 Comments | May 16, 2011

Every modern professional dreams of telecommuting. But is avoiding office drama and the freedom of being alone with your laptop really as good as it sounds? When I was interviewing for my current job, I heard the magic words: “ability to work from home.” I thought it was almost too good to be true, even […] Read »