The interview is going well and you’re confident in your answers. You can feel its end drawing near when the interviewer asks “Do you have any questions for me?” You knew this question was coming, but you somehow forgot to have questions prepared! You begin to stress, and in your moment of panic, you say “Nope, I think I’ve got everything!”
Whether you’ve already graduated or are still in school, it’s never too early to find a job! While it sounds like a good idea in theory, it’s much more difficult to just ‘find a job’ than it might seem. Where do you even begin to look? How will you make yourself stand apart from other candidates?
If you’re the type of person who has always dreamed of going someplace else, there’s no better time than now! Yet, if you decide to go for any extended period of time, you’ll probably need a source of income, which means you’ll need to land a job. So, how do you network from across the world?
You might only be in your 20s, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start thinking about what retirement will look like. You’ve heard the term 401(k), and maybe you even know it has something to do with retirement. Despite the importance of a 401(k), chances are that no one is going to sit you down and explain one to you. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
You landed an interview! Congrats! Just as you’re about to do your touchdown dance, your interviewer says that will be a Behavioral Interview. But wait -- what does that mean? Do you have to do something special for it? Our experts are here to answer.
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