Andrew Kosztyó -- a 26-year veteran of the venture capital, investment banking and high-tech sectors -- currently enjoys a thriving practice as a career coach and résumé-writer. He's helped hundreds of high-profile clients including Fortune 100 executives, an aging pop star and a Buddhist monk.He's also taught seminars in career development and résumé-writing to scores of full-time and executive MBAs on four continents and 12 cities including Boston, Casablanca and Shanghai. Andrew graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. dual degree in Economics and Business. He earned his MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a regular editorialist at The Harbus News. Kosztyó is the author of the soon-to-be-completed book, UNEMPLOYABILITY: Understand and Conquer the Next Great Challenge of the 21st Century Workforce.
Recent Articles By The Author
Career Coach: Who to Hire, Who to Fire
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5 Forever or Forgotten: Rascals & Reprobates - Part 3
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The Career Iconoclast recommends you take some easy steps to spruce up your worklife.
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Sure, Steve Jobs' star will remain bright in the annals of history. But who else?
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As one of the most powerful CEOs in the world, the new pope has to set an example.
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You can learn a lot about your own business style by looking at the way we treat these celebrities.
5 Forever or Forgotten: The Legacy of Today's VIPs - Part 1
Gates, Winfrey, Buffett, Trump, Bloomberg -- who among these business leaders will be remembered as the Andrew Carnegie of our age?
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A disciplined review of colleagues, friends and acquaintances can dramatically expand your professional opportunities.
Mayer vs. Sandberg in Nursery Smackdown
Tech's leading women take opposite sides on moms working from home. A blanket policy either way is likely a bad idea.
Why Jamie Dimon Wouldn't Hire J.P. Morgan
Today's banking executives have 'mile deep' skillsets, but they lack the diversity and experience found in a bygone age when bankers were Renaissance Men.