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3 Qualities To Look For In A Mentor

Finding a mentor is one of the best strategies for navigating a career today. Mentors provide professional knowledge and experience to less experienced workers, hoping to teach lessons and impart wisdom they have received over their own careers’ lifetimes. For a mentee, pairing up with the right mentor has many benefits. The best mentors will share key insights that are [...]

By | August 29th, 2016|

Informational Interview Tips

Informational interviews are a great tool to utilize as you navigate your job search. They give you an eye into an organization before you commit to applying for a job. At their most basic, informational interviews simply give you—you guessed it—information about the company you are meeting with. There isn’t an obligation to continue pursuing the company in your job [...]

By | August 11th, 2016|

4 Apps For Productivity

I’m so busy: Three words that we have all heard and uttered countless times before. It seems like people are getting busier and busier, with no end of busyness in sight. So how can we abate this plague of go go go? There are a handful of strategies to mitigate the feelings of exhaustion, such as learning to say no [...]

By | July 27th, 2016|

How To Stand Out With LinkedIn Pulse

The term personal brand might be a buzzword these days but for good reason. Establishing a personal brand is what sets you apart from your counterparts, especially against a digital landscape. Cultivating a personal brand has never been more important. There are many components that go into developing a personal brand that is unique to you. And with so many [...]

By | July 15th, 2016|

4 Resume Requirements

We all know by now how important first impressions are. When it comes to applying for new jobs, your first impression doesn’t even involve your whole self, but rather the self you choose to put on paper via your resume. It’s incredibly important to make sure your resume is up to snuff and translates you in the best possible manner; [...]

By | June 30th, 2016|

How To Choose Your References

  Squads are having a moment. Thanks to Taylor Swift and her ubiquitous gaggle of best friends, “squad goals” has entered the American lexicon as something we would all like to achieve. This idea of the perfect squad doesn’t just translate to whom you’ll ring for the next happy hour; indeed, it transfers to your work life as well. Who [...]

By | June 15th, 2016|

How To Interview On The Sly

Securing a new job can feel like a feat unto itself, but interviewing for a job when you already have one can feel like a Herculean task at times. There’s a bit of a secret agent feel to it, and you might feel like you are metaphorically, or possibly literally, looking over your shoulder at all times. Unfortunately, part of [...]

By | June 1st, 2016|

How to Slay a Skype Interview

Video-call (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Technology has no doubt changed the world—even when it comes to the job search. The advent of the internet and social media has changed the name of the game when it comes to nabbing a new job. Candidates submit resumes online; recruiters comb through social profiles; and the thank-you follow-up has even turned digital. So it makes [...]

By | May 20th, 2016|

Job Hunting Tips for Grads

The beginning of summer is an exciting time for any student—including those graduating and looking to begin their careers. Resumes, cover letters, interviews for the Dream Job: All can elicit a healthy dose of simultaneous excitement and dread. Read on to make sure you are dotting your Is and crossing your Ts when it comes to the job application process. [...]

By | May 5th, 2016|

What Are The Challenges Your CFO Might Be Facing

The C-Suite can be an intense place; “With great power comes great responsibility” has never been a truer statement. The individuals steering the company ship juggle many duties, the most important of which is ensuring the business doesn’t go under. Not a responsibility to skip out on! Without their leadership, a company would flounder until it eventually ran out of [...]

By | April 22nd, 2016|
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