If you’re going to work hard this summer anyway, don’t you want to get the most out of it?
Think your social media presence doesn't impact your job search? Fine. But, you're wrong.
Maybe they don’t all apply to your particular situation, but it’s helpful to take a step back one in a while and think about how you approach things.
Make yourself stand out with a great first impression every time!
Don't make these mistakes - get the job YOU deserve!
Make sure you're not left out in the cold when it comes to the holiday job hunt!
An informational interview helps you gain a better understanding your chosen field and omits the stress and pressure.
If you haven't done so already, head to the employment office at your school to explore your options!
Your college career center can help you find the right occupation or connect you with the right opportunity. What are you waiting for?
In this day and age, you’d think everyone would have the art of email completely down. You’d think.
Using social media can be an effective tool in making the job hunt easier.
Try one of these networking ideas today!
Discovering how to utilize your networking connections isn't as hard as it can appear, you just need to examine your current and potential connections.
Sometimes, you just need to get your foot in the door so you can obtain your first job!
Don’t limit yourself to the big brands when it comes to seasonal employment. Smaller retailers and shops gain holiday momentum, too.
When presented with two new graduates with identical resumes, a hiring manager is more likely to hire the applicant who has shown that he or she possesses the right characteristics.
“While respondents see women as better prepared for their first jobs after graduating from college, respondents give men the advantage while it comes to the likelihood of overall career success.”
If you’re a recent or soon-to-be college grad, look no further – the results and rankings of this list just may help point you in the right direction.
The top tip? Be yourself - just the professional version.
Remember, finding a job is really a job in itself!