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/ Asked by Alyssa M.
Hi there! Have you been to a career fair at your school? I think attending a career fair would be a good starting point for you because you can talk to companies that are hiring for the position and location that you are interested in. If you can't attend a career fair you can always look online to ...

/ Asked by Kassi R.
Hey there! It's hard to say without exactly knowing your field of work. Do you think that you are in the right major and there's a different area you could focus on? If so, it might be best that you do another internship in a different area to see if you like it any better. Some companies have rotat...

/ Asked by Alvaro C.
Hello there! Congrats on graduating and working as a Pediatric nurse! I think a good first step would be to call KSU and talk to their career services center about your case. Considering that you did part of your degree in the USA and at their school they should be able to help you out. Hopefully th...

/ Asked by Adriana M.
That’s a great question! I agree with Amber, most larger companies aren't requiring applicants to attach a letter of recommendation when they apply. With that being said, I think it's always a good idea to have a few letters of recommendation on hand, because a company may ask for them. For th...

/ Asked by Tyler D.
Hello! First of all great question and congrats to you for wanting to continue your education! I think a good starting point would be to call someone within career services at the school you want to enroll in and ask them about post graduate data. Career services should have an idea of where student...

/ Asked by Emily P.
Great question! I agree with Ashlyn, it's important that your current employer knows you are looking for new opportunities so they aren't surprised when you ask them for a referral. If you are still in college, or working as an intern, they should understand why you are asking for a referral. Once y...

/ Asked by Emily P.
Hello there and congratulations on graduating! Job hunting can be hard right after college, but with social media tools like LinkedIn, you should be able to start your search strong. My advice to you would be to update your LinkedIn profile right away - because you want employers to know that y...

/ Asked by Joel C.
Great question and congrats on getting an associates degree! The Career Services department at your school should be able to help you find a career path that’s right for you! You can always ask them about post graduate data because they should have an idea of where students in your degree chos...

/ Asked by Roh P.
That's a great question! I agree with Stephanie, your LinkedIn profile is a place where you can promote yourself and your experience as well as show your interests to others. I believe that following several different companies or organizations is not a bad thing - it just shows that you are interes...

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