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TalentEgg's Career Incubator hits 200 articles

The Incubator started out as an experiment: We had been experiencing a lot of demand from students and recent grads for career advice, and decided that if it TalentEgg was going to get into the career advice business, it would be in true TalentEgg style.

So we launched a little site called The Incubator– an online, social Career magazine for students and recent grads which would feature relate-able career advice written about the personal experiences of our writers.

One month after launch, we hired on long-time TalentEgg partner, Cassandra, as our full time editor. Her mandate was to ensure that the Incubator grew into a living, breathing career resource for students, with fresh content 2x daily and an active community of readers, contributors and participants.

Four months later, The Incubator has not only attracted over 40 writers and hundreds of active participants, but it now commands an average of 500 visitors EVERY DAY.

Today, I am proud to announce that the Incubator has published its 200th article: “Consider these post-grad education options: Part 3”

TalentEgg Career Incubator - 200th post

A huge pat on the shoulder and REALLY high five go out to our irreplaceable Editor, Cassandra Jowett, and the entire Incubator team!


  1. That’s great guys! Congratulations!

    Cassandra sure is awesome.

    Have you considered discussing how-to create your own career through entrepreneurship? I know you’re a job site but I’m just wondering… 🙂

  2. Talking about career building…….it’s so very essential to know what are your secret hidden talents and your abilities which a person may not be able to understand about himself. An online tool available now to help the candidates evaluate themselves in such a way that they can find a job looking to their fit of competencies. It’s important to realize that in this era it’s essential for a person to know about his or her own talents so that they can sell themselves.
    An online tool available now can help you to evaluate yourself.

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