Posts tagged ‘Cover Letter’

Think Your Major Is Holding Back Your Job Search? Read This

When you’re in college, your whole life revolves around your major, so it’s easy to feel like it has to set the tone for your life…

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3 Reasons You’re Not Getting Anywhere in Your Job Search

You’re finally doing it. After weeks of procrastination, three skinny vanilla lattes, and one pep talk with your bestie, you are finally going to sit down…

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How to Write a Cover Letter That Doesn’t Suck

What’s the most tedious, painstaking part of the job application process? If you think it’s writing cover letters, you’re not alone. In the 2013 AfterCollege Job-Seeker…

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Getting Rejected Sucks. Here’s How to Deal.

We all deal with rejection at some point, especially in the job search. Here are some strategies to help you bounce back.

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How to Channel The Godfather and Use Pain to Get a Job After College

What’s it like to be a job-seeker these days? It sucks. The truth of the matter is that it’s nearly impossible to tell whether you’re a…

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4 Dead Easy New Year’s Resolutions for Job Search Success

True or false: It’s okay to put a picture of a laser-bearing T-rex on your résumé. For the answer, see our job search resolutions you can actually keep.

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Are You Taking Enough Responsibility for Your Job Search?

It can be easy to blame not having a job on outside factors. Your college didn’t prepare you. The economy is struggling. Employers don’t have reasonable…

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A White Board Can Be the Difference Between You and a Job. Here’s Why.

Be open, communicative, and unafraid to explain your thought process. If that means going to a white board and making some diagrams, all the better. That’s…

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Know Your Own Strength (And How to Use It)

It wouldn’t be a job interview if no one asked you about your strengths. Let’s talk about how to assess them—and apply that knowledge to your job search.

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