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The Highest Paying Jobs for Beginners in 2020

Most of the well-paying jobs like surgeons and anesthesiologists take a number of years before they start actually paying well, and you will need to work through several years of gaining valuable experience. But there are some professions that you can start earning a decent salary as soon as you walk into the job. We took a look at these jobs and what you will need to land in the career. 

Rob Kniaz from Hoxton Ventures, David Guerin from Brigheye, Romain Lavault from Partech and Jean de la Rochebrochard from Kima Ventures

The Future of Work: VCs discuss entrepreneurship and startup investment trends of 2020

Companies are impacted by the crisis very differently. Romain Lavault, Partner at Partech Ventures, sees the nuances of the current situation “Approximately 20% are severely impacted due to social distanciation and have no choice than to scale down and sometimes pause operations until the end of the lockdown, with no guarantee that the business will pick up quickly”. 

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5 Steps to Asking Your Boss For a Sabbatical

Asking for a sabbatical from your company can be intimidating and stressful for anybody. But there does come a time in many employees' service when a vacation or a long weekend simply does not suffice. While sabbaticals are rare in most companies in the US, there is a growing trend to taking off extended time to recharge, destress and return to work fresh. 

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How To Ask for a raise. And Get It!

Asking for a raise can be incredibly intimidating for most people. When it comes to money matters, people tend to retreat from the uncomfortable discussions and put off the discussion for as long as possible. This ends up being detrimental to their income and career trajectory as the employees land up becoming unsatisfied in their positions as they believe that they should be earning more. 

Professor Hubbard, the Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia Business School

The Future of Work, Entrepreneurship, and Investments in 4 questions with Professor Hubbard

The future of work has never been more uncertain, and while approaching the end of the lockdown is a relief for the majority of us, it also brings to the fore many possible scenarios about how a post COVID-19 world will look like for employees, entrepreneurs and investors. We are honoured to start the series with our first guest, Glenn Hubbard, American economist and academic, former Dean of Columbia Business School (from 2004 to 2019)  where he remains the Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics. Hubbard previously served as Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of the Treasury from 1991 to 1993, and as Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers from 2001 to 2003.