Archive for ‘June, 2015’

4 Job Skills to Master Before Graduation

College students accomplish far more than a diploma. College campuses give students an equally important opportunity: the chance to develop and refine the skills essential to getting…

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How to Choose Your Major Based on Salary (Infographic)

I remember sitting in my counselor’s office, feeling tense about my future. I was a sophomore in college and still hadn’t declared my major, and I…

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11 Job Searching DOs And DONTs I Learned After College

I learned about structural inequality, the cardiovascular system, and the mind-body duality in college. Unfortunately, I learned almost nothing about how to find a job. I still…

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7 Creative Personal Websites (and Where to Make Yours)

The top reason you should create an online portfolio is that, even if every other applicant has one (which they don’t), personal websites are a highly effective way to…

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3 Costly Job Search Mistakes, and How to Avoid Them

The one good thing about unemployment? You’re not alone. Young people ranging from 22-34-years-old make up an astounding half of the 10.9 million unemployed Americans. Most…

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5 Videos Unemployed Millennials Need to Watch

The unemployment rate for college grads is about 8.5 percent, according to the Economic Policy Institute’s 2014 survey. What’s even more alarming, is 16.8 percent of…

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What Recent Grads with No Job Experience Should Do Immediately

After graduation, the world is your oyster. Unless you can’t pay your rent. Then your parents’ spare room is your oyster. Forgetting to accumulate work experience…

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Nervous? 5 Ways to Take Control in a Job Interview

The little-known key to a successful interview is tricky. The secret is you–the job candidate–come in and take control. Here’s how to shift the power during…

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