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4 Reasons Your Humanties Degree Won’t Leave You Unemployed

In recent years, studying the Humanities has become increasingly less popular in favor of technical educations in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Many leaders across the country, in an effort to increase the number of graduates in STEM programs have proposed controversial alternatives to help bolster the number of…

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Human Resource Management: The Basics

Okay, media. Give it to us straight. Are Human Resource Managers hottie headhunters like Mila Kunis in Friends with Benefits? Or are they somewhat depressing middle-aged men like Toby Flenderson from The Office? Because although Toby is a total sweetheart, I’m much more interested in being the type of person…

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Top Jobs for International Business Majors

Despite recent international tensions, our world is more interconnected than ever. Most large companies have offices throughout the world. Manufacturing companies have their supply chain distributed globally. This gives rise to a need to be knowledgeable about how to do business in countries around the globe, whether it relates to…

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Checking in with Tucker Stein, undergraduate career search author and adviser

Tucker Stein is an MBA student at Stanford and a specialist in undergraduate internship job search strategies. Outside of school he advises students from a wide array of backgrounds on job search strategies and lectures at Stanford University on public speaking and interviewing techniques. AfterCollege caught up with Tucker since…

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4 Ways Law Grads Can Use Their Degree Outside of Law

Many students enter law school with hopes of dedicating their lives to the pursuit of justice or with dreams of being the big-shot general counsel of a large company. However, the reality is that many law graduates change their minds about becoming lawyers. Perhaps the job isn’t what they thought…

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Meet the Recent Grad Who Turned His Job Search Challenges Into the Perfect Career Guide

This recent graduate wanted to give students real, actionable career advice. Tucker Stein, an MBA-candidate at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, partnered with the University of Redlands’ Hunsaker Chair of Management, and career expert, Jack Osborn, to create the ultimate guide to finding your first job after college. GET TO…

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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 time to spend combing through each and every resume they receive for positions. According to resume writing experts at SolidEssay.com, it is for this…

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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 in a variety of education options, such as certificate programs, master’s degrees, or single courses. However, returning to school – even for a shorter…

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Are You Ready to Be a Marketing Manager? This Is What You Need to Know

Brittany Williams is halfway through her 15-mile bike commute home after work when she picks up the phone for our interview. Only slightly out of breath, she explains that this form of transportation is perfect for her because it gets her workout and commute out of the way at the…

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What Is Public Health And What Are the Job Options for Its Students?

So you want to work in healthcare but you’re not sure you want to be a doctor or a nurse? I have good news. You don’t have to be. It turns out that there are a variety of different ways that you can work in the healthcare industry without having…

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