Amy Chen

Posts by Amy Chen

  • What's the State of Your Industry? Experts Debate the Challenges and Opportunities Ahead

    June 9, 2015

    If you’ve ever wondered whether what you’re doing all day matters, sometimes it helps to pause and gain a little perspective. For our latest series on LinkedIn, “State of My Industry,” we asked some of the world’s top experts to stop and take a candid look at their industries: What are the evolutions you're seeing? What are the key problems that need to be...

  • If I Were 22: What Advice Would You Give to Your Younger Self?

    May 5, 2015

    Think back to when you were 22. Perhaps you couldn't help but worry: "How am I supposed to get experience if no one will hire me?" Or maybe you debated: "Is grad school (or a gap year) right for me?" Or maybe you secretly panicked, wondering: "Is this what a quarter-life crisis feels like?" In our latest series on LinkedIn, “If I Were 22,” we asked some of the...

  • Best Mistake: What We Should All Learn from These Career Blunders and Botched Opportunities

    April 7, 2015

    We all know that mistakes are inevitable. It’s what we do next that really matters. From the useful Post-It to the whimsical Slinky, we’re surrounded by inventions that were inspired by someone’s “oops.” While not every mistake will result in an accidental invention, we can — and should — erase some of the stigma that comes with screwing up. From Richard Branson...

  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About (Gracefully)...

    March 10, 2015

    If starting a job is stressful, quitting one is downright terrifying. What if your new boss is worse than your last? Or what if...

  • Best Advice: The Wisdom That Made All the Difference in 60+...

    February 3, 2015

    If you could ask the smartest person you know for advice, who would you ask? And more importantly, what would you do with that advice?...

  • What’s Your Best Tip for Navigating the First 90 Days on...

    January 13, 2015

    Starting a new job can feel like the first day of school all over again — except you can’t count on any quarterly report cards to tell...