Posts from the ‘Job Search Survival Kit’ category

4 Awesome Graduation Speeches to Get You Pumped About Life After College

Congratulations! You’ve made it. It’s graduation time and we’d like to let you know how proud we are. As with any graduation, we’d like to end…

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Essential Strategies You Need to Succeed at a New Job

All that hard work has finally paid off. You’ve got a new job lined up! Now all you have to do is show up and collect…

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Sometimes You Need to Fail a Little to Succeed

Failing sounds scary, but it’s actually an essential part of the learning process. Why you need to fail a little in order to succeed in your career.

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5 Nasty Habits of Top Students That’ll Wreck Your Career

You’ve spent your entire life learning how to be a good student. Now it’s time to unlearn some of those habits. Let us explain why.

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You Got the Job! Now What the Heck Are You Gonna Wear?

Dressing for your first job doesn’t have to be distressing. Let us help you with this simple guide to presenting yourself professionally.

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How to Use Email Without Pissing Off Your Boss

We love sharing cat videos and Ryan Gosling photos, but your boss and coworkers might not feel the same way. A quick guide to using email appropriately.

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Everything You Need to Know About Informational Interviews

Are you using all the tools you have to succeed in your job search? Here’s one you might not have considered—and how you can start using it right away.

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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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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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What Is Company Culture And Why Should You Care About It?

This surprising factor can account for 89% of your success on the job. Are you paying enough attention to it when you go in for job interviews?

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