Archive for ‘March, 2014’

6 Job Search Tips From Disney’s The Luck of the Irish

It’s that time of year again. The time of year when you avoid getting pinched, try to get kissed, and hunker down in front of your…

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Are You Being Persistent… or a Pest?

You applied for a job and now you’re waiting… and waiting… to hear back from the employer. What’s going on? And what’s the best way to follow up?

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3 Seriously Compelling Reasons to Join Clubs & Organizations

Have you ever considered getting more involved on campus? And, just to be clear, by “getting involved,” we don’t mean spearheading a beer pong tournament in…

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6 Amazing Benefits of Starting a Side Project

There are a lot of life skills that you can learn from attending college: How to wake up before noon How to live with a roommate…

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Don’t Wait ‘Til You Graduate: How a Side Project Can Set You Apart

You’re sitting in the lecture hall, feverishly taking notes as your eyes flick from your laptop to your professor to your open text book. Everything is…

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How to Deal With Being Unemployed After Graduation

In an ideal world, no new grad would have to deal with unemployment (that’s what AfterCollege is all about, BTW), but let’s get real for a second. We know…

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How to Negotiate Your First-Ever Salary

You’re not in any position to negotiate salary when it’s your first job, right? Not necessarily! Read our guide to getting the best possible compensation.

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Why a Career Development Program Might Be Right for You

So, remember when Back to the Future Part II was, like, really futuristic? Well, Nike is actually coming out with the self-tying shoes that graced Michael…

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What You Need to Get a Job in Public Relations After College

It’s 6:30pm and you’ve barely left your desk all day. Your lunch break consisted of a granola bar hastily shoved into your mouth and washed down…

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I Thought I Couldn’t Work in PR. Turned Out It Was Just One Company.

Having a bad experience during an internship or job can easily convince you that you’re not suited for an entire industry or career path. But don’t…

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