Posts tagged ‘Recent Graduate’

How to Thrive in a Leadership Role as a Twentysomething

Your steps are slow as you head to the desk down the hall from you. You deepen your breaths and set your jaw. This is something…

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Why Trying Your Best Is Not Good Enough

Back in kindergarten, when you couldn’t quite figure out how to complete that puzzle, your teacher would come over and say, “That’s okay, at least you…

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Are You Ready to Be a Marketing Manager? This Is What You Need to Know

Brittany Williams is halfway through her 15-mile bike commute home after work when she picks up the phone for our interview. Only slightly out of breath,…

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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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A Quick Guide to the Basics of Being a Financial Analyst

“Buy!” cries a man wearing a button-down shirt with sweat staining it a darker blue in certain areas. SLAM! The phone hits the receiver before he’s…

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How to Dress Like a Fashionista on a Recent Graduate Budget

The click of my Louboutins against the New York City pavement is lost on the ears of passersby as the horn of the taxi I’m about…

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How Volunteering Taught Me to Be Fake—And Why That’s a Good Thing

Want to know what I learned by volunteering? How to be fake. Now, before you jump in and start lecturing me about the importance of being…

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Moving Away After College? Your 13-Step Checklist for Success in Your New City

You step out from your favorite coffee shop, iced latte in hand, breathing in the heat of summer. This is the last latte you’ll drink from…

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Networking is Great for Your Job Search… Unless You Do This

Oof! You creak off of the couch you’ve been sleeping on for the past three weeks and your back is aching. Stumbling toward the kitchen, you’re…

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This Might Be the Most Important Job Search Resource. Are You Using It?

My foot hovers just inches above the grass. Behind me, Matt is shaking hands with the university’s president. Soon he will be right next to me…

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