Posts tagged ‘Recent Graduate’

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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Why Calling Yourself an Expert Will Almost Always Backfire in Your Job Search

“You’ve never heard of Chile Pies!?!” Ugh! I can feel the hot blush of embarrassment burn onto my cheeks. It’s not like I’ve lived in the…

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3 Organization Techniques for the Innately Unorganized

Clothes from last night lay strewn across my bedroom floor. A yoga mat is half folded in the corner of the room and shoes are piled…

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Why Tetris Pros Make Awesome Office Managers

Can we take a second to talk about how GENIUS the creator of Tetris is? Seriously! The game has no other purpose than getting blocks to…

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3 Reasons You Feel Guilty About Quitting Your Job—But Shouldn’t

August in San Francisco. A friend and I slosh through mud on a trail that leads us into the wilderness that touches our San Francisco neighborhood.…

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Why You Might Be Your Own Worst Enemy in Your Job Search

You just spent the past four years of your life at a university reading books and learning about stuff. The years before that were spent at…

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