Job Search Depression | How to Cope and Keep the Faith

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Looking for a job can be a challenge, even in the best circumstances. When you put in a lot of time and effort and don’t immediately see the results you hoped for, you may start to …

By Amy Bergen - Idealist Careers
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The Everything Guide to a Career in Public Service

When I was 13 years old, I went to science camp. One day, I sat and listened as a scientist described what global warming was going to do to the planet—rising ocean levels, mass extinctions, devastation of populations around the …

By Heather Krasna - The Muse
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Common Career Paths for Economics Majors

 

As an economics student, understanding possible career paths to pursue after graduation is an important step in the career management process. Identifying ideal career paths requires first researching what each career path is all about.  Here are brief explanations …

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Use these tools to begin your market research!

 

Are you suffering from choice overload when trying to decide on a career path? Not sure where to get started? Well, you are in luck! Your Career Coach has designed an easy-to-understand map that will help point you in …

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3 practical ways to keep up with business news

 

Keeping up with business news is an important way to show potential employers that you are well-informed, care about the subject matter that they care about, and take initiative to do your own research in a world where things …

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Finance Rotation Programs: Are They Right For You?

 

Upon graduation, most students pursue traditional roles within an organization when seeking employment.  These are typically individual contributor (non-managerial) roles focused on an area of study.  For finance majors, common roles include financial analyst, financial planner, and loan officer.  …

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6 Things to Research About a Company Before an Interview

Researching the company you’re interviewing with is a must, and almost all job candidates do it to some degree. However, many candidates don’t research thoroughly enough or research the right things. So, below are the most important things to research …

By Lisa Rangel - Vault
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Failing into your dream career

How finding out what you don’t want to do can be exactly what leads you to where you never knew you wanted to be

At 17 years old, many of us had big dreams and aspirations for our future. Some …

By Brett N. Axler - College Recruiter
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On-Campus Work Can Open the Door to Your Professional Career!

Even entry level positions often require previous experience as part of their requirements for candidates applying. On and off campus jobs offer you the opportunity to expose yourself to experiential learning for the first time and begin building up the …

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Case Interviews: What are they and do you need to prepare?

As a business student, you may have heard of a case interview. Simply put, a case interview asks that you communicate a solution to a complex business problem. Case interview questions vary greatly from the standard behavior-based interview questions and …

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