Monthly Archives: May 2013

How to Determine if an Internship is Worth Your Time

Originally posted on Ask the Job Coach:
When you are looking for a job, time is money.  You can’t afford to invest much time into something unless it is going to bring you results.  Internships have the potential to significantly…

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Job Openings: University of Chicago

These came to me from a college alumni listserv I belong to. Good hunting. Continue reading

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Which Jobs Should You Avoid?

I was surprised reporter wasn’t listed as the number one career to avoid. The winner, or loser, for that spot was desktop publisher, a term I haven’t heard much of since the late 1980s and early 1990s. Continue reading

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Spring Means Gearing Up for a New Job Hunting Season

You don’t have to be a new grad to start searching this time of year, everyone who is job hunting (and that means you), should spruce up their job-hunting tools and techniques and enter the fray this time of year. Continue reading

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