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/ Asked by Kate L.
You should absolutely follow up with the recruiter.  Recruiters are often communicating with multiple candidates and following up with them is a great way to stay connected and remain top of mind when opportunities arise.  If a hiring manger reaches out to the recruiter with a need the can...

/ Asked by Julio R.
It is frustrating pursuing opportunities without experience.  Many want to make a career shift but it seems as if it's nearly impossible once you have spent years gaining experience in another field.  On one hand, I would seek paid internship opportunities if possible.  If that isn't ...

/ Asked by Cade H.
Most employers will understand if you don't have previous experience in a field when seeking an internship.  Look at any previous experience that you've had through work, school, or volunteering activities and practice speaking to how those experiences can bring value to the opportunities you s...

/ Asked by Furkan G.
Hello! Making sure that you mention both universities and degree programs under the Education section of your resume should suffice. If an employer does happen to have questions around why you transferred schools you can explain during the interview process.

/ Asked by Rasmine G.
Yes you should include these activities. Though there are many functions of HR, it is mostly focused on the development and support of human capital within the organization. Responsibilities from your student assistant role directly correlate with HR projects and tasks. Employee recognition, helping...

/ Asked by Jordan B.
Yes there are many companies that will assist in your continued education.  It often has to be specific to a skill set that will enrich your career within the organization.  When discussing benefits during the interview process this would be a great question to ask. 

/ Asked by Baker G.
Take some time to think about similarities between the necessary skills for your current role and roles that you want to pursue. Many career paths have similar skillsets that are required to be successful such as problem solving. Practice articulating how your previous experience can bring value to ...

/ Asked by caitlynn m.
This is not a guarantee that the sports bar will hire you, but it does indicate that they would like to explore the possibility further. There will most likely be a hiring manager on site that will immediately review your paper application and ask follow-up questions. I would advise that you attend ...

/ Asked by Brittany H.
I suggest asking for feedback from the hiring manager. Thank him/her for his/her consideration and ask for ways you could improve. This shows that you are truly interested in the position and open to feedback. In the case that you don't reach the interview process it may be best to adjust your resum...

/ Asked by Dominic G.
Companies differ on how they incentivize employees and their timelines for raises. I would make sure that you connect with your manager to establish clear goals for your career advancement and establish metrics that align with the goals. This will assist in making sure both you and your manager are ...

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