Posts tagged ‘Tech Companies’

Job Interview Tips from Real Managers: Engineering

If you’re going in for an interview for an engineering, programming, or web or software development position, you should know that these interviews tend to be…

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5 Jobs That Let You Put Your English Major to Use

When I graduated with my BA in Literature, my limited work experience and the lousy economic circumstances at the time led me to believe there were…

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

Looking for a job as a developer or software engineer? During your interview, you’ll often be asked to show off your technical talents in addition to…

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What Is Interaction Design? A Guide to the Basics

Take a moment to look at this page. Maybe you’re reading the text in an email or on your phone. Or perhaps you typed blog.aftercollege.com into…

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Why Being a Developer is Awesome—And How You Can Get Started

If you still think you need a computer science degree to become a web developer, you’re wrong. It’s okay—we didn’t know that, either, until we spoke…

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Does Your Résumé Piss Off Hiring Managers?

Welcome to the Résumé Teardown! In this installment, we’ll be looking at a real résumé from an applicant we’ve nicknamed “Pro Grammer.” The critique here is…

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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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Physics is Our Unifying Force: Catherine Warren, President at FanTrust Entertainment Strategies

Not all science majors go on to pursue a career in science, but many of them take their academic foundations and find ways to apply them…

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From Concept to Company: Chat with Diane Loviglio, CEO of Share Some Style

Wondering if you’ve got what it takes to start your own company? The main prerequisites are stubbornness and confidence (which may actually be the same thing).…

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