Posts tagged ‘Sales’

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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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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What’s It Like to Work in PR for a Publishing Company?

Think back to the last article you read. Whether it was a BuzzFeed post on 12 Animals That Need a Vacation, an investigation into the fancy…

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One Type of Self-Employment You Might Not Have Considered

You abhor bosses, can’t stand cubicles, and the idea of water cooler small talk makes you break out in hives… but you’re not quite ready to…

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We’re Hiring! Come Join Our Team as a Sales Associate!

Hi! We’ve got some exciting news to share today: The AfterCollege team is growing and we’re looking for sales associates to come join us in our…

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How to Abandon a Job That Isn’t Right for You

How do you know if your career is headed in the right direction? Ask (and listen to) yourself! Stephanie Loviglio realized that whenever people asked her…

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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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Our Managers Teach You How to Be an Interview Rock Star: Sales

We get it: Job interviews are more stressful than running into your ex while talking to your mom right before a final. But don’t let fear…

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5 Résumé Fails (And How to Fix Them)

It’s the first—and might be the only—impression you make on potential employers. Is your résumé working for you… or against you?

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Is a Small Company Right for You?

Looking for an office with a sense of humor—and a surplus of Ryan Gosling photos? See what it’s like to work in a small company with a BIG personality.

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