As a college student, you’ve got classes to attend and extracurricular activities to dominate, parties to get dressed up for and Instagram (or whatever you’re using these days) to update. When it comes to networking, you don’t even know where to start - but building your network as a student
When you graduate college, you think about all of the big changes ahead of you – moving to a new place, starting a job for the first time, and leaving behind almost everyone and everything that comprised your life for the last four years. It is a major change, perhaps
“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case, you fail by default.” ~JK Rowling, Harvard Commencement Address
If there is one thing I remember from Psych 101, Econ 101, and
You’ve heard it before and you’ll hear it again: never go into a job interview without doing your research first. But what exactly is it that you need to know, and where should you look to find it? Here are my favorite tips for doing pre-interview research.
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Applying for a job is a multi-step process, and a lot of stressful questions inevitably come up along the way. What should you include or not include in your resume? How do you handle the salary question? What’s the right way to follow up?
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