How to Find a Job after College: Four Steps to Launch Your Career
When should college students start preparing to find a job after college?. Early! Like sophomore year! Few do, and the result is often panic and depression when they graduate and have no clue what to do other than go home and hope for the best.
3 Ways to Make Your Resume Really Stand Out Using References
Advice from the 1960s
Many college career centers advise against listing references on your resume. This is totally bizarre. Why pass up an opportunity to have prominent industry professionals listed as endorsing your candidacy?
Job Interview Advice: How to Avoid “Death Trap” Questions
Getting a call from a company inviting you for a job interview is a great feeling … until you have to prepare for the interview, and that can be very stressful. But it needn’t be.
Kill Partying Pics, Build Your Professional Digital Footprint
So here’s the thing: When you apply for a job, the company is going to check you out. And not just by calling your references. They’re going on the web. What will they find?
How to Get the Most out of Your Career Counseling Center
As a recent grad, I know a thing or two about how college career counseling centers work or don’t. Many don’t. But you’re paying them a lot of money and you should demand that they help you.