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    How to Create a Professional Portfolio for Your Next Job Interview

    It’s easy to claim you’re great at working with others, but what does that really mean?

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    How to Request an Informational Interview Through Email

    Understanding how to ask for an informational interview is essentially asking for a favor -- and asking a stranger for a favor is hard. Yes, it’s a daunting task, but the rewards it can yield are incredible.

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    8 Things To Do During Your College Winter Break

    Rest is important. However, there’s a middle ground between binge-watching Netflix for three weeks straight and working yourself to death with 16-hour days. You don’t want to set a pace you can’t maintain because that’s just paving the path to burnout.

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    8 Professional Networking Tips to Find a Job

    Finding your next job can be as simple as having lunch. Seriously.

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    Finding Jobs With The Best Work-Life Balance

    Humans are biological machines -- and machines need maintenance. When you don’t change the oil in your car, wear-and-tear causes the engine to seize and stall. People are little different. We have basic physiological needs for things like food and shelter, but we also have psychological needs.

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    How To Write A Cover Letter For An Internship With No Experience

    For those pursuing an internship or a job fresh out of college, an empty resume doesn’t provide prospective employers much to work with or a good sense of your experience. What information do they have to tell you apart from another candidate? Wouldn’t it be better if you could sit down and explain your case?

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    What To Do When You Can’t Find a Job After College

    Starting is the hardest part of any career. The job market is all about competition, and many recent graduates lack the experience necessary to help them stand out.

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    How to Find Your Passion

    Finding your dream job is a journey of self-discovery. Although there’s no guaranteed route for finding your passion, a proactive search can speed you towards your destination. You only need to know how to direct your unique personality and interests into finding a job you love.

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    Reasons For A Job Change: Top Signs You Should Change Jobs

    Changing jobs can be a great way to develop your career and find fulfilling work you love. It can also be a terrible mistake. Quitting can have implications concerning your resume, your professional reputation, and, ultimately, how employable you are.

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    How to Network on Social Media

    Getting a job isn’t just about what you know; it’s about who you know. We tend to think of sites like Instagram and Twitter as places to connect with friends or look at pictures of cats, but they can also be one the best places for budding professionals to develop their career.


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