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LJ Nicole Maske

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As an editor and writer at Career Karma, LJ Nicole uses her research skills to cover topics like financial advice, online bootcamps, and job training programs. After earning her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at De La Salle University, Nicole was a market researcher for Euromonitor and the editor-in-chief for a scholarly publication in philosophy. She then worked as an editor for newspapers. Currently, Nicole is co-editing a biography while writing and editing for Career Karma. She joined the team in August 2020.

A Deep Dive Into GetSmarter: Learning and Development Made Relevant

Careers used to be simple. Earn your bachelor’s degree, land a well-paying job, and work away until retirement. Over time, that simple model has gotten more complicated. Starting and maintaining a career is no longer a one-and-done deal but a…

Take a Seat In the Galvanize Software Engineering and Data Science Classrooms

Eleven years ago, Israeli conductor Itay Talgam delivered a speech about how different conducting styles represent the kind of leadership that a conductor commands. Among the examples he gave was a conductor who waves his arms with ease and only…

Inside the Kenzie Academy Classroom: Instructors’ Spotlight

“I came to work this morning and I had this posted on my desk,” said Randy Cox as he showed us an orange sticky note with a message that read, ‘Come see me – Fury.’  “And you know, I’ve only…

The Algorithm Works, If You Fit the Culture: How App Academy Closes Tech’s Diversity Gap

In 2015, Google drew the ire of the public after its image-recognition app auto-tagged photos of Black people as “gorillas.” The following year, a tool used by US courts to measure a defendant’s re-offending rate was found to flag Black…

An Income Share Agreement Helps A Flight Attendant Enter the Digital Cloud

After nearly five years of flying above the clouds, Evan Kolb found himself entering a different kind of cloud—the digital one.  Upon earning a bachelor’s degree in East Asian Languages and Cultures, Evan landed a job as a flight attendant…

Is Flatiron School Worth It? A 2020 Job Outcomes Report Deep Dive

“I graduated in May of 2019 from a coding bootcamp [called] Flatiron School. I got my job a week before graduation and I started working in June [as a junior software engineer for biotech company Baylor Genetics]… So, here we…

Boost Your Earning Potential in 100 Days with Udacity’s Business Nanodegrees

In 2011, a New York Times article dubbed business degrees as the “default major,” backed by its soaring popularity in the United States. A case in point: one in every five undergraduate students major in business. Its popularity was attributed…

Elevate Your Software Engineering Career with Hack Reactor’s Professional Development Courses

Picture this: You’re a hiring manager with two software engineers standing in front of you. The one on the left is a recent graduate. She has the know-how on the latest technologies and tools in the industry. However, she doesn’t…

How an ISA Helped a Rock Musician Become a Software Engineer Amid Covid-19

For Daniel Michael, the realization that his life was about to seriously change hit almost as soon as Covid-19 entered the United States.  “I’m a musician. Or at least I was before Covid,” he told us.  The pandemic was spreading…

Deep Dive: Launch Your Tech Career With $100 Through Kenzie Academy

What would you do if you only had $100 to reinvent your life? For students of Kenzie Academy, the answer is simple. Pay a $100 commitment fee, attend Kenzie Academy, and launch a tech career in less than a year.…

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