Overcoming Job Rejection
It might feel as if you’ve sent out a thousand resumes and applications, made it to the first stage of a hundred interviews. If you still don’t have a job despite all of the efforts you’ve put in, it’s only natural to be upset. The key is turning that frustration into something more productive and never giving up.
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Overcoming Job Rejection
Overcoming Job Rejection
It might feel as if you’ve sent out a thousand resumes and applications, made it to the first stage of a hundred interviews. If you still don’t have a job despite all of the efforts you’ve put in, it’s only natural to be upset. The key is turning that frustration into something more productive and never giving up.
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The Ins and Outs of Internships
The Ins and Outs of Internships
When is the perfect time to start looking for an internship? Is it possible to look too soon? How do I promote my resume, even if I don’t have related experience? Is there a place I can go that will help me?
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How To Overcome Interview Anxiety
How To Overcome Interview Anxiety
College seniors are especially likely to reach a near frenzy as the realization dawns that soon they will be finished with school and in desperate need of a career. With so many other things to worry about, one thing that shouldn’t be on your holiday plate is interview-nerves. While it’s only natural to be a little nervous in interviews, our experts lay out their best tips on how to manage interview-nerves, because the rest of your holiday should not be spent in anxiety.
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Negotiating Your Salary
Negotiating Your Salary
It doesn’t matter how experienced you are, when a potential employer asks what salary you’re expecting, it’s difficult to give the first suggestion. Sometimes a potential employer will throw out the first number, but this isn’t always the case. It’s best to know before you walk into an interview what figure you’d want so that you’re not caught off-guard when the question comes.
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Asking for a Reference
Asking for a Reference
If you’re on the hunt for a job, there’s a possibility you’ll be asked to provide references. This could be in the form of a letter of recommendation, or a phone call made to the contact you’ve provided. In either case, there are specific protocols to follow when asking someone to act as your reference.
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