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5 Tips to Land Your Dream Job After College

Land Your Dream Job After College If you’re reading this article, you are a soon-to-be or recent graduate, or an ambitious soul in pursuit of the American Dream. I have good news. The dream is possible. Hardworking people can find success in every season of life, even despite economic forecasts. During college, I studied business […]

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Interview Advice: Biggest Interview Mistakes to Avoid

In this article for Lifehacker, Carrie Sloan explains, The Biggest Interview Mistakes HR Experts See (and How to Avoid Them). Read and excerpt of Sloan’s article below. Read Full Article They meet more people in an afternoon than most of us do in a year. But what faux pas do human resources pros see again […]

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Interview Advice – Cast Away Interview Jitters

In his article for U.S. News & World Report’s blog, On Careers, Arnie Fertig lists, 7 Tips for Casting Away Interview Jitters. Read an excerpt from Fertig’s article below. Read Full Article “What if I bomb in my job interview next week?” is a common fear. The anticipation of being sized-up for a role you […]

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Interview Advice – Elevator Pitch Essentials

In this article from USA Today College, Billie Streufert breaks down the important elevator-pitch. USA Today College, Your minute to win it: Elevator Pitch essentials – Read full article Read an excerpt of Streufert’s article below. Imagine running into the hiring manager of your dream job. Chances are you won’t be in an elevator. Perhaps […]

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10 Job Interview Essentials

In this article published by USA Today College, Her Campus lists, 10 essential things to bring to an interview. Read an excerpt for the article below. Read Full Article Now that you’ve crafted a great resume and used your connections, you’ve finally landed your dream interview. But how should you prepare? Sometimes it’s tough to […]

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The Daily Muse – Interviewing at a Company You Used to Work For

In this article from The Daily Muse, Anne Niederkorn describes, Getting Back Together: Interviewing at a Company You Used to Work For. Read an excerpt of Niederkorn’s article below. Read Full Article Over time, your career path can take some pretty unexpected twists and turns. Like—when you suddenly find yourself trying to rejoin a company or team […]

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Mashable – 4 Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out

In this article from Mashable, Chelsea Gladden lists, 4 Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out. Read an excerpt of Gladden’s article below. Read Full Article There it is: a stack of 150 resumes, received in the first hour of posting a job, piled up in the hiring manager’s email inbox. How will you stand out? These four tips for creating […]

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On Careers: Tips for Making a Short and Succinct Elevator Pitch

In this article for U.S. News and World Report’s Blog, On Careers, Miriam Salpeter explains, Tips for Making a Short and Succinct Elevator Pitch. Read an excerpt from Salpeter’s article below. Read Full Article Everyone knows how to introduce themselves, right? It’s just like those name tags organizers pass out at networking events, “Hello, my name is…” Unfortunately, […]

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WSJ: Is it Better to Send Thank-You Notes by Mail or E-mail?

In this article for The Wall Street Journal’s,Ask At Work, Elizabeth Garone answers the question, Is it better to send thank-you notes by mail or e-mail? Read an excerpt from Garone’s article below. Read Full Article Q: The last time I was looking for work, everything was still done by mail. I’m not sure about today’s etiquette. Should […]

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On Careers: The Best Interview Tips For Older Job Seekers

In this article for U.S. & World Report’s blog, On Careers, Arnie Fertig lists, The Best Interview Tips for Older Job Seekers. Read an excerpt from Fertig’s article below. Read Full Article “I’m worried that the boss will hire someone far younger than me,” is a statement often heard from older job hunters. In truth, […]

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