Posts from the ‘Explore More’ category

Give the Gift of Job Discovery

There are plenty of resources out there for college students looking for jobs. There’s Indeed if you know what job or company you’re looking for. There’s LinkedIn…

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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…

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Three Tips to Help you get an Internship through AfterCollege

AfterCollege is more than a job board. It’s a resource focused exclusively on helping college students and recent grads find entry-level jobs and internships. Here are…

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Top Employers with Entry Level Nursing Jobs

Good nurses are in high demand. As nurses retire, this creates a shortage that will need to be filled by entry-level nurses. If you’re considering a…

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What Your Frontal Cortex Has to Do With Getting a Job

Wanna live on the edge? Get in a car with me behind the wheel. I am not the best driver in the world… In fact, I…

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How to Be an Explorer in Your Job Search

Small beads of sweat have gathered on your skin and your shirt is beginning to stick to you. All your senses are on alert. With wide…

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I Learned How NOT to Find My Passion in a “Find Your Passion” Workshop

It seems like everyone these days is obsessed with one word: Passion. We’re constantly searching for it and seem convinced that the only way we can…

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Whoa! An Administrative Assistant Does ALL That?

One minute you’re making sure the CEO is prepared for his meeting with investors and offering your opinion on what he should say, the next you’re…

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This is What it’s Like Working as a Video Producer and Editor

You press play. The film moves quicker than you thought it would, flashing images of your childhood best friend, laughing and jumping around. There’s a crackling…

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I Thought My Father Was a “Garbage Man” But He’s a Chemical Engineer

“I spent most of my childhood thinking my dad was a garbage man,” my college roommate shrugs as we sit and talked over two Frappuccinos, “then…

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