Claire
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/ Asked by Hayley R.
Hi! I think it’s great that your internship experience has opened your eyes and has allowed you to explore different paths within your function. It’s not uncommon that in the workplace, someone makes a functional change along their career path, whether it’s from Engineering to Supp...

/ Asked by Albert S.
Hello! I understand that this status can be somewhat confusing to a candidate. "In progress" can mean a few things, especially when the job is posted and reposted. It could mean something internal is changing, whether its another internal promotion or departmental change. It can also mean the job po...

/ Asked by Jay G.
Hello! You want to take several factors into account when discussing compensation so that you provide a range that is mutually agreeable. Some of these factors include location, industry, and your experience. Another thing to consider are the benefits provided by the company, health insurance, 401k ...

/ Asked by Amel A.
Hi! It really depends on the company, I would agree with Manpower that typically 2 to 6 interviews could be expected. While it depends on the company and hiring team, the first one to two interviews usually measures qualifications and fit for the role. While some of the later interviews may be more ...

/ Asked by Nicholas L.
One thing to keep in mind while interviewing, is that it’s best to sound like yourself and give the most honest answers. While it’s good to practice your answers, if your answers do not sound genuine, it tends to sound awkward and unnatural. In terms of why you chose the company or want ...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Hi! There are a few factors that might indicate an intern would receive a full time opportunity with a company. Employers will notice interns who come prepared to work every day but also willing to learn as much as possible from the internship. Interest in the company and willingness to go the extra...

/ Asked by Mike S.
Hello and congratulations on starting a new internship! If the company culture is to wear jeans on Fridays, I would think it is safe to follow your colleagues. However, I would also recommend asking either your supervisor or another member of your team. It is always good to be on the safe side and d...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Hello! Recruiters typically look for a few factors when determining a “good fit” for the organization. Some of these factors include your major and area of interest, your qualifications for the position you are interested in, and cultural fit. Ultimately, employers want to identify a can...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Hello! It’s difficult to say what a “normal” amount of summer experience looks like since companies have different requirements for entry level full time positions. A company will typically look for at least one internship that is relevant to your field of study. However, before yo...

/ Asked by David V.
Hello! A resume website or online portfolio can certainly be impressive to a recruiter, especially if you are in a computer science, advertising or marketing field. If the website articulates your experience well, there is definitely an advantage to having one. Some things to include may be various ...

/ Asked by Mitesh S.
Hello and congrats on working through the interview process! It can be difficult to determine what a normal timeline is because companies can have such a wide variety of timelines that they work through. Completing all of the interview rounds and hearing from the HR manager are great! It sounds like...

/ Asked by Harsha K.
Congratulations on completing your degree! I would suggest connecting with classmates on LinkedIn and professors from your program to see if they have suggestions for places to apply. By building your network and putting your name out there, it can increase your chances of being recognized within ae...

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