job search & interviews



job interviewing: dos and don'ts

job interviewing: dos and don'ts

Interviewing skills are crucial when trying to obtain employment. If the interview doesn't go well, then an employer may be inclined to hire someone else.

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how to sell yourself during a job interview

how to sell yourself during a job interview

College doesn't last forever; and when it's finally over, you'll have to enter the real world (aka the work force). But before you are hired, you'll have to ace the interviewing process. The following job interview tips should help you get that second interview so you can land your dream job.

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job search tips for high school students

job search tips for high school students

From researching possible employment positions to filling out applications, there is a variety of steps involved in obtaining a part-time job. As a high school student who is competing with other teens and adults in the job search, you must be prepared and put your best foot forward. Check out these top 10 job search tips for high school students.

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navigating the career fair

navigating the career fair

A career fair gives you the opportunity to obtain information about varying companies, network with employers, and present your qualifications. Here are some strategies to help you make the most of your career fair experience.

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getting a job: references and letters of recommendation

getting a job: references and letters of recommendation

When interviewing candidates for employment, employers often request references and letters of recommendation. Having good references can elevate a potential candidate to a top choice candidate.

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how to use social networking to get a job

how to use social networking to get a job

Networking is one of the key aspects to finding a job. In recent years, social media sites have become one of the best avenues to use when starting a job search. Three of the most common social media sites to utilize when networking for a job are LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

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i'm graduating, and i haven't found a job yet

i'm graduating, and i haven't found a job yet

If you are a senior who is graduating soon but hasn't found a job yet, you may need to improve upon your process of getting a job. The following will get you on track to land employment in no time.

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finding a summer internship

finding a summer internship

Finding a summer internship isn't easy. The key is to start your search early and use the right sources during your search. Use the following resources to assist you in finding a summer internship.

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jobs and internships by geographic areas

jobs and internships by geographic areas

Want to know in which geographic location your major of study is most desired? The following gives an overview of the most in-demand jobs (requiring a bachelor's degree or higher) and internships in the four main regions of the United States: Northeast, South, Midwest, and West.

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alternative post-graduation plans: philanthropic programs

alternative post-graduation plans: philanthropic programs

Whatever your reasoning, post-graduate service opportunities are a beneficial alternative to full-time employment after college. Not only do these philanthropic programs allow you to help others while gaining work experience, but many programs also offer help with paying off student loans in addition to salary/stipend.

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