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Understanding Hiring Timelines in Marketing

In marketing, the job search timeline looks different than other business functions (ex. accounting), and even deviates based on subfunctions within the field (ex. sales vs. content marketing roles). If you are feeling behind in your search process or confused …

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6 Marketing Newsletters to Follow

One of the most important components of navigating your career management and professional development is staying up to date on the latest industry trends. Here at W. P. Carey, we often refer to this as understanding the “business of business.” …

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Pivoting careers? Read this.

Career pivots, such as transitioning to a new industry or job function, can be challenging – especially if you are changing multiple facets of your career at once (like pivoting to both a new industry and a new job function.) …

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5 Questions to Ask Before Applying to Grad School

Pursuing a graduate degree is a huge investment – financially, personally, and emotionally. Is it a worthy investment if you want to go into marketing? The simple answer is: it depends on your overall career strategy. Taking the time to think …

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Where can I go with a Business Communication Degree?

The world of business communication is vast and diverse. There are a multitude of different industries and functions you can explore with your degree. Gleaning insight into the different career paths available can help you better understand what you can …

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Project vs. People Management: What’s the difference?

We know most students associate management with leadership, but there are actually many ways management roles can manifest within the business space. An easy way to break this down is into two distinct types of management: project management and people …

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What can you do with your management degree?

Surprise! Did you know you have been asking the wrong question? It is not about what you can do with your management major, but rather is about identifying what you want to do, and then how you leverage your major …

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Business Communication Student? Here’s how to begin exploring your professional identity

As a business communication major it is valuable to develop a sense of your professional identity throughout your college career. Getting involved in a student organization, meeting with your business communication career coach, and connecting with your peers can lead …

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The 4 Simple Behaviors that Turn Ordinary People Into CEOs, According to Researchers

Think you could never become a CEO? Think again, say Elena Botelho and Kim Powell, researchers and authors of the book, The CEO Next Door.

Botelho and Powell studied data from 17,000 leadership assessments, from which they chose 2,600 to study even further. …

By Leah Thomas via Fairygodboss - Firsthand
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14 Great Jobs for College Students That Give You “Real World” Skills

There’s a lot going on during your undergraduate years—and not all of it is directly tied to your future career. But at least part of going to college is about getting the skills you need to land your first job …

By Lily Zhang - The Muse
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