Posts tagged ‘Job Search’

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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A HUGE Social Media Fail—And What You Can Learn From It

You already know that it’s pretty easy to get yourself into some big trouble with one little mis-step on social media. All it takes is one…

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These Interns Want You to Learn From Their Mistakes

Feel like your internship isn’t as awesome as you thought it’d be? You’re not alone. Read some tips from former interns who have been there and survived.

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Job Interview Tips from Real Managers: Products

No matter what type of interview you have coming up, you’ll want to listen to our former VP of Products, Teresa Torres. Teresa has plenty of…

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Job Interview Tips from Real Managers: Sales

Got a job interview coming up? We understand that your natural reaction may be to freak out at least slightly, but we have a suggestion for…

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I Just Graduated… Now What?

Here at the AfterCollege Blog, our goal is pretty simple: to help college students and recent grads figure out what they might like to do with…

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One Epically Awesome Job Search Story

We’re always super excited when students and recent grads get hooked up with jobs through AfterCollege, but today’s post may just go down in history as…

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How to Work in Public Relations: A Quick Guide to the Basics

Let’s start at the beginning. What is public relations? According to the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), “public relations is a strategic communication process that…

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5 Lessons Vanderpump Rules Can Teach You About Career Etiquette

I’m not sure if you love Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules as much as I do, but if you do, you know that it’s set in Lisa Vanderpump’s…

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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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