Hilary George-Parkin

Hilary George-Parkin is a Built In contributor covering work culture and technology. She holds a master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and a bachelor's degree from New York University. She's written for publications including Vox, Fortune, CNN, BBC, Vogue Business and The Business of Fashion.

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As a software engineer, there’s always something new to learn. Here’s how pros at Crafty and Network Perception stay ahead of the game.
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Helping small and medium-sized businesses stay ahead of evolving cybersecurity, Huntress has been scaling up in recent years. Learn from three of its leaders how the organization is helping its team members — and itself — grow.
Design, product and engineering may have unique strengths, but they share a common goal.
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Sometimes, a small mindset shift can lead to remarkable results.
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Rejecting a client’s request? Ask questions, come prepared and keep the dialogue open for a “yes” down the road.
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Moments of self-doubt at work are inevitable, but the feeling shouldn’t stand in the way of confidence or growth.