BY BUST Magazine
on Mar 12, 2015
Have you ever dreamed of living and working in Paris or Prague, Milan or Munich? Well, now there’s a way to make it happen.
To entice new blood into their workforce, the European Union (EU) started introducing the “blue card” program in 2011. Like the American green card, it allows foreign nationals to secure employment in the EU (so you can make your favorite city your long-term residence). Plus, the blue card is recognized in all member countries within the EU (excluding the U.K. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Mar 03, 2015
If you want more money, you have to ask for it. And the easiest way to get that raise is to negotiate it for your next job. You’ve probably got more earning potential than you know—so let’s get down to some bargaining basics!
Step 1: Do Your Research
Know the average salary range for the position by checking websites like Glassdoor.com or asking peers in the industry. Read More
BY Intern Christina
on Aug 16, 2012
Today was just like any other day: I snoozed my alarm, poked myself in the eye five times while putting in my contacts, and I went to a screening of a new film coming out in the fall. Well, it was just like any other day as a BUST magazine intern. But it's also my last day. I've been thinking about what I've learned here all day, and Googling where interning appeared in the media in the past few years. While I feel as though I've gained more experience than I ever could have sitting at home, simply trying to write by myself, the vast number of portrayals of interning are negative. Read More
We all know what the basis of the popular restaurant Hooters is: boobs and beer. The chain is famous for hiring busty females to serve up their wings, and from what I've heard, extremely tasty fries. They are clearly unashamed by this marketing strategy, boasting a moniker that is clearly a reference to their employee's chests. But when does using women turn from Hooters to harassment?
23-year-old Courtney Scaramella thinks she knows where to draw the line. Read More