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Asked by Samantha on February 6, 2019

I signed up for school with theft on my record. Will that prevent me from working as a Medical Admin Assistant?

Pitney Bowes, Avery Dennison have responded.

My suggestion is to speak with a representative from your school.  Schools usually place students so they are aware of requirements of employers.  Being 100% honest and disclosing your conviction…

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Asked by Kristin on October 7, 2018

What is the first step I should take when searching for a job in the marketing field?

Quest, HPE, Textron have responded.

It depends on which area you're interested in--research, consumer behavior, graphic design, copy writing, social media, advertising, web development, etc. Overall, start by going for an internship if you're…

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Asked by Deepak on December 21, 2018

So, I am a fresher with an MBA (will complete in May 2019). I don't know, what Industry or company or job profile I should apply for. I want to know the process to know what I will be able to do best. I did marketing course (Introduction to Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Services Marketing, etc.) for I they were interesting and I enjoy learning. But, how to know what industry will be best for me?

Daikin Applied have responded.

Good question!  Start reading through job descriptions and research companies to see if the industry is of interest to you.  By doing that, you should be able to narrow down the scope of the role…

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Asked by Robert on February 13, 2018

I would like to search for jobs that require a written skills exam (e.g literacy, math, IQ) and use this as a primary criterion in the hiring decision. How can I do this kind of job search? Are there job search engines, placement programs, or other resources that specialize in this or at least have it as an option? My job center told me that they did not know how one could do this.

VFC, ADP have responded.

I am not aware of any way to search for this specifically, the screening process you describe is rarely put in a job description, so you don't have anything to search for.  I'm sure there are more opportunities…

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Asked by J.M. on June 3, 2018

During college I spent most of my summers taking extra courses and conducting field research either individually or with a couple different professors, but it was never paid work or an internship per say.  I got course credits for it, but will my lack of formal internship experience hurt my chances of landing a job?

DuPont, Textron, ADP have responded.

Hello and great question! What I typically suggest in this case is to list that time on your resume as "Volunteer." It does help to have formal internship experience but as long as you list your field research…

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