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/ Asked by Chloe L.
While there may be "fewer opportunities" don't be discouraged!  Many of those same businesses will still be in attendance, and even if there isn't a current opening, there could be one that comes available in the next few months prior to graduation.  Go to the career fairs and get face-tim...

/ Asked by Alex W.
The best thing you can do is be vocal about your interest in the organization and ensuring they know when you graduate (or if you're available prior to graduation). Talk with your current manager, the HR Representatives, and apply for roles that you are interested in!  When it comes to salary/f...

/ Asked by Lindsey A.
"Tell me about yourself." It's one of the most common questions that seems the most surprising to candidates.  My recommendation is to give a well-rounded answer about your background, what made you decide to pursue the field you're in, prior employment, and tie it back in to soft skills that w...

/ Asked by Cameron F.
Typically when looking at resumes, you'll see the Institution listed first, with the dates attended/when the degree is expected, followed by the degree type and major being pursued.  From there, I like to see the GPA listed in a location similar to the dates. 
However, I re...

/ Asked by Cameron F.
I recommend listing the Extracurricular Activities in one place, rather than split between the two schools, just to ensure the information is organized in a way that is easy to find/understand.  If you feel the need to specify which groups you were a part of, at each college, perhaps you c...

/ Asked by David V.
Winter Breaks are a fantastic time to do groundwork for future employment opportunities, especially if you are looking to return to your hometown when searching for those roles.
A good place to start is by talking to your family, friends, and parents of those individuals who are working at an organ...

/ Asked by Madeline P.
In our department, we have both majors and then some others as well. It's just a different path to the same field!
The difference between the two majors typically tends to be the focus of the studies.  While a Business Management or HR Management degree exposes a student to all of the various ...

/ Asked by Kristen C.
Hello and thank your for your question!
Similar to the what the other experts have said, the first thing recruiters are going to look for is prior co-op or internship experience.  In the absence of that, being involved on campus is a close second, especially if the groups are related to your m...

/ Asked by KelliMae S.
I wouldn't say that critical thinking and problem solving skills are more important than education or work experience. Education and work experiences are "hard skills," where the critical thinking and problem solving skills are more of the "soft skills".  The two different sets of capabili...

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