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The Realities of Internships

This comic (http://mashable.com/2014/01/08/internships-comic/) from mashable.com highlights the lofty expectations of some new interns and the realities that often find them. Sure, you want to have high expectations of your position and hope that it will work out for the best. However, in reality, your internship may not live up to these expectations. Remember that you’re […]


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Employer-Proofing Your Social Media Profiles

The number of online articles about personal social media accounts and the research your potential employers are likely doing continues to grow. It seems inevitable that a potential employer is going to attempt to gather information about what you are NOT telling them, so what kind of impression are you making with your online profiles […]


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Future Employers are Interviewing You: Are you also Interviewing Them?

There are so many places to get information about answering questions asked of you in a job interview. However, have you ever considered the fact that a job interview is also YOUR opportunity to ask questions of a potential employer? The job interview offers you the opportunity to find out about the position to which […]


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Enough Said. Job FAIL.

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15 Fast Tips for Developing Your Resume

Your resume is essentially your own personal flyer or advertisement. The way it is written, your vocabulary or the words that you use, the layout, detail, and consistency…all of these things are a reflection of YOU. Therefore, when writing one, you have to use business or marketing strategies and carefully articulate your goals, passions, educational […]


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The Power of a Handshake

What does your handshake say about you? Does it convey that you are confident and self-assured? Or, does it suggest that you are insecure, an emotional bully, or overconfident? Research shows that not only will you be judged by your handshake, you will be forming an impression about the other person when shaking hands. During […]


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Everyday Leadership

What is a good leader? What makes someone a leader? How are you a leader? These are all questions that you could be asked in a job interview. Discover the leader within you! Drew Dudley does not believe that leadership is only for a select few. In this Ted Talk video, he shares his ideas […]


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Phone Interview Etiquette

It’s just a phone interview, so relax, tell your friends not to leave, put your feet up, and get out a bag of chips while you are at it…OR NOT. These would all be great if you want to set yourself up for FAILURE. You want to prepare for the interview and treat it with […]


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