Archive for ‘August, 2015’

What a Young Professional Resume Should Look Like

Can you sew or repair a button? If you answered “No”, you might be a millennial. A survey from the University of Missouri finds baby boomers are much better…

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The Ultimate Back-to-School Checklist That’ll Propel Your Career

Summer barely started before all the big brands began marketing for back-to-school: back-to-school donations, back-to-school clothes, back-to-school supplies. The list goes on and on. Heck, even drug resistant lice made…

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7 Biggest Resume Formatting Mistakes

A resume is your first, and usually only, opportunity to get your foot in the door for a job interview. Human Resources Managers have very little…

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Nursing Career Choices, Explained

When it comes to building a career around caring for others, walking down this road isn’t always a straightforward path. In fact, with the advent of…

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5 Ways to Make Your Money Back After College

About 60 percent of students graduate from a four year college in about 6 years, according to information from Community College Review. The research also indicates that…

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The 6 Most Powerful Words in Networking

Hey, did you hear Mark Zuckerberg announced an update to Facebook’s privacy settings? “When?” In May. “Why?” Because people have complained for a long time the…

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Will Your Employer Pay for Continuing Education? Here’s How to Ask

Continuing education can reinforce the value of your degree, help you acquire new knowledge and skills, and enhance your performance and marketability in the workplace. Employees may be interested…

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Good News for Post-Grad Job Seekers (Infographic)

In spring of 2015, about 2.8 million university graduates entered the workforce. With the post-grad unemployment rate lingering around 13 percent according to some studies, college…

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Lowering Student Loan Interest Rates Won’t Solve the Debt Crisis

The student loan crisis leaves Americans with more than $1 trillion in outstanding loan balances. Any outsider logically argues that the atrociously high 6.8 percent interest…

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Your Summer Internship is Over. Now What?

One of my favorite professors in college was Raymond Obstfeld. He was a writer by day and a creative writing professor by night. What he taught us…

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