The entry level job hunt can be a very daunting task without the right strategies and resources at your disposal. Here are some tips and tricks on how to start your job search, and why you should begin right away.
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So you graduated in May, and you haven’t landed your first out-of-college job yet. You’re not alone – according to the Economic Policy Institute, about 14.5% of recent college graduates are unemployed. But what have those few who’ve landed gigs right away been doing right?
Congratulations! You successfully survived and completed college and worked enough unpaid internships that you were a front-runner in the recent graduate job search, and now you’re starting your very first entry-level job this summer. While you don’t necessarily lack experience in offices, your first day will still likely leave you
Tips and tricks from the Find & Follow Your Passion panel "Creation to Compensation: Overcoming the “Starving Artist” Stigma", with speakers Sophia Chang (web and graphic design), Shantell Martin (performance artist), John P. Dessereau (painter and illustrator) and Brad Ogbonna (photographer).
Free time is a rarity in the Intern World, so it can often be overwhelming when deciding what to do during these mythical times “off.” Let’s break down this whole break thing, both the long-term holiday kind and that short-term lunchtime kind, too.