Monthly Archives: March 2014

Internships and how to make the most of them

Don’t simply do the grunt work all interns get. Ask for more, seek it out and learn from it. Continue reading

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10 job interview questions to prep for

I particularly liked its advice about the weakness question, one people too often try to finesse and sound overly cleaver about. Continue reading

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More effective resumes: know these four myths first

Resumes are normally where the job hunting process begins and most of us have sent out hundreds if not thousands of resumes in our job hunting careers. So advice about creating a more effective resume is always welcome. That’s why … Continue reading

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Why didn’t I get that job? Don’t beat yourself up

Failing to get a job you felt you were perfect for, and which you thought you’d interviewed great for, is a heart-breaking experience. I’ve written how that happened to me last year and it threw me off my job-hunting game … Continue reading

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Guest Post: 4 Great Online Grad School Degrees for Jobs of Tomorrow

The availability of master’s degree programs offered 100% online is growing every year. Online master’s degree programs may help to eliminate historical roadblocks, such as geographic and scheduling limitations, to earning a degree. Continue reading

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What are five college majors to avoid?

Also presented are degrees with better job prospects. Tops there is healthcare administration, followed by education, business, communications and computer science. Continue reading

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Job interview misconceptions you should know

Feeling that you weren’t most qualified if you don’t get a job is counter-productive in a number of ways, most importantly in hurting your confidence for other interviews. Continue reading

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