About The Millennial Career Playbook
Whether you’re hunting for a new job, want to thrive in your current job, or aim to start your own business, The Millennial Career Playbook at TMCPB.com has Millennial-specific tips to help you.
For example, if you’re a Millennial (born between 1980 and 2004), or simply enjoy Millennial-friendly corporate cultures, then the things that make you happiest in a job are very different from what previous generations desired. Many companies are waking up to this fact…and creating changes to accommodate you.
TMCPB.com therefore features audio interviews with renowned companies exploring their Millennial-friendly policies and hiring practices. These podcasts provide information often available nowhere else that will help you decide if a particular firm is the right fit for you and learn how to land a job at the company.
In addition, our interviews might open your eyes to ways of working that you didn’t even know were available—such as:
- A top blog hosting company that doesn’t even have a physical office, allowing you to work from anywhere and at any time (Automattic/WordPress.com)
- A software & hardware giant with robust internship programs that put you “on real teams that are working on real projects” so you’re “very much integrated into the rhythms of the product groups;” and that might bring you in as early as high school via such programs as DigiGirlz (Microsoft)
- A professional services giant that cares so much about being Millennial-friendly that it commissioned NextGen, the largest (44,000 people) generational study in history (PriceWaterhouseCoopers)
- A world-class health organization that offers immense opportunities to learn new skills, and even try on new careers within the organization (Mayo Clinic)
- An accounting & professional services firm that assigns you both a junior “buddy” to help you navigate the office and a senior “team partner” who’s responsible for your career development, and in addition encourages you to find mentors as you build relationships (Plante Moran)
- A top health professionals placement firm that interviews you after you’ve been on the job for six months to ask “What ideas do you have to make our business better, or a better place to work?” because, with your fresh perspective, you “can see things that maybe we can’t” (CHG Healthcare)
Credits: The opening and closing music to our Company Interviews podcast series has been provided courtesy of band Tree Machines.