2018 Beauty Job Market Report

For the 6th year, CEW and executive recruiting firm 24 Seven teamed up to produce the 2018 Beauty Job Market Report. This unique resource includes real-time intel on everything from salary norms to the factors that contribute to employees’ perceptions of the ideal workplace.

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Getting Into Beauty

Jane Lauder, Global President, Clinique, discusses how she became interested in beauty.

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Jill Scalamandre: How CEW helped develop my career path

CEW’s new campaign proudly features its Chairwoman, Jill Scalamandre, who is President, Global Makeup Center of Excellence, Shiseido Americas. Here, Jill talks with CEW Beauty Insider about some of the things she has learned during her vast career in beauty, as well as how being a part of CEW has developed her career path.

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Sneak Peek: Beauty 2016 Job Market Report

To get a true sense of the beauty industry’s outlook on salaries and job market trends, 24 Seven and CEW have partnered for the fourth year on the Beauty 2016 Job Market Report. Here are some highlights from the report.

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Has Your Career Tapered Off at Mid Career? Here’s Why….

For the past five years, Bain & Company has studied why women’s career paths differ from men’s. Survey results point to three critical areas where women in the middle of their career report more negative experiences and perceptions than those who have just entered the workplace.

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Beauty’s White Hot Jobs

According to specialized recruiting firm 24 Seven, beauty companies are bringing many functions once outsourced to external firms in-house, adding new positions to their staff. Companies are looking for hard-to-find, specialized talent as well as high-demand, digital-focused professionals. Here are some talent areas that are particularly hot right now.

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Hate Small Talk? How To Work a Room

It’s the small talk that leads to the big talk, writes Allison Graham for Fast Company in a recent story for the magazine’s website. Here’s how to uncover common interests and the six degrees that separate you and a potential client.

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Is It Time To Reinvent Yourself? Take This Quiz To Find Out

In a recent blog, brand expert and CEO of Big Fish Marketing, Robin Fisher Roffer, writes how in business school, you’re taught about “Organizational Behavior.” During this lesson, you learn that there are two different kinds of people in business: Clock Builders and Time Tellers. The world needs both–those who create the vision (Clock Builders) and those that implement it (Time Tellers). Knowing which role you play best, said Robin, is essential to career fulfillment and happiness. If you’ve gotten off track and strayed away from your true calling, ask yourself these questions to determine if you’re in the wrong business.

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Happy Wife, Happy Life: How Two-Career Couples Stay Happy

It’s amazing how many “Oh, yeah” moments you’ll have after reading HBR.org’s recently published story on how two-income married couples can better manage marriage and career. After all, 47.5% of all American married couples are dual-career couples—with many marriages failing for work-related reasons. But authors Jackie Coleman and John Coleman (Jackie’s a former marriage counselor and her husband, John, is a business author) think that with intentionality, it’s possible to manage marriage and a career. Here, their thoughts based on research and experience.

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