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Archive: December 2017
Whether you are unemployed or have an unfulfilling job, you probably suffer from an ailment that plagues many people: career disorientation. You are not where you want to be professionally. Somewhere along the road to
Leave classroom behavior at school. There will not be a syllabus to follow. You probably won’t be rewarded for arguing your point with your boss. Tardiness won’t be excused. Feedback may come less regularly. Demonstrate
Identify your goals for Networking. Referrals for a specific job opening? Information on a career field? Advice on the best strategies to break into a career? A secondary contact? Clear goals will help your contact
Next time you have an interview, use these ten tips to help you get the job: Prepare. Employers often complain that students fail to research the organization before an interview. Review the company web site, industry
A professional image will help you get the job. Take note of these ten tips: Language. The make it or break it of professional images. (see #2 and 3.) Take a more formal tone, but
Know what you want to do & “who” you want to be. It is helpful to know your objectives – type of position, type of company, geographic preference – before you begin your search. The