Posts from the ‘Job Search Tips’ category

Great News for 2016 College Grads: Most Seniors Have Jobs Lined Up

An astonishing 78% of college seniors have a job lined up upon graduation. This is according to AfterCollege’s survey of 1,360 college undergrads, grad students and…

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Why a career in financial services could be right for you

After graduating with a law degree, Sean Sales, a technology recruiter at Deutsche Bank, decided to pursue a different type of career. He started at Deutsche…

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I Turned Down a Job in a Big City to Market Gainesville Apartments

I was born and raised in a small town, but I always dreamt of moving to a big city to work with high profile clients. After graduating from…

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How To Break Into Your Career In Investment Banking

A career in investment banking isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s a demanding, high-stakes job, and the hours are often long enough to make a…

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7 Tips for College Seniors to Start the Job Search

Starting a job search is incredibly stressful for college seniors as spring quickly approaches. There are thousands of other college seniors, in your exact position, vying for…

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Bilingual Jobs and Presenting Your Languages Skills on Your Resume

Bilingual employees can earn up to 5-20 percent more per hour than their counterparts. Highlighting your language skills is a unique way to stand out in the workforce,…

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Effectively Providing Job References to an Employer

At some point in the interview process, you will need to provide references. By this time, things are getting serious. Generally you are not asked to…

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How Important is Your College Major to Your Job Search?

College graduation ultimately means becoming consumed with your first job search. This process can be daunting, especially for those students who either had second thoughts about their…

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4 Careers Expected to Grow in 2016 and Beyond

It’s difficult to know if the career you’re training for right now will still be hiring when you graduate. Thankfully, the U.S. Bureau of Labor and…

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Business Cards: Not Just for Business People. What to Put On Yours and How to Use It.

Every college student should have their own business cards. Here’s what you should put on your business cards, and how to use them for networking.

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