Remember how Mark Zuckerberg started as a student at Harvard University before departing to the west coast to help his little website, Facebook, . . .
It’s time. You are interviewing for a job that you really want. You are excited about the opportunity. Now is your chance to . . .
More than ever before employers have put a heavy emphasis on higher education, encouraging, and sometimes requiring, today’s job seekers pursue a college . . .
Most universities are composed of typical colleges such as the College of Health Care Studies, Business, Education, and Liberal Arts. Within these colleges . . .
Every spring it’s in the news: colleges are raising tuition. Higher tuition means students will be carrying a larger debt into the workforce, . . .
Each year, college students extensively research salaries that will have a powerful impact on their future. Aside from the rate of growth for . . .
Job interviews are nerve wracking for just about anyone, whether you are a seasoned professional or a recent college graduate. The key to . . .
“We move toward and become like that which we think about. Our present thoughts determine our future.” - Lou Tice Are you dreaming . . .
Teaching English overseas is an exciting career for someone who likes language and being around people from other cultures. It has the added . . .
Last year, my colleague wrote an article on personal branding and basic steps you could take to establish an online presence. In it, . . .
“It takes only three to five seconds to make a first impression, but it can take a whole career to undo it.” – . . .
Working in career services, I sometimes coach students on their interviewing skills and how to speak about their qualifications and strengths with confidence. . . .
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