How To: Job Search Strategy

How to Get a Job

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Article originally published in The Wall Street Journal by Anthony DeRosa January 14, 2021 https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-to-get-a-job-11605911616?mod=djemdivbiz 

In brief
Tailor your résumé and cover letter to land an interview.
Learn as much as you can about the employer and role.
Demonstrate your …

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Avoid Missing an Opportunity- Leverage Company Career Pages!

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Not all companies list their latest openings on job boards like LinkedIn or Indeed. It may seem simple, but forgetting to look on a company’s career page or assuming the job will show up in your online search can …

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How to Change Your Job-Search Approach and Turn Rejections into Offers

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Regardless of whether job seekers find out at the beginning or end of their job search that they didn’t get offers, many don’t change anything going forward. They keep taking the same approaches—and that means they keep getting similar results.

And …

By Jamie Carlstedt - Vault
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Should You Go to Grad School? 5 Things to Consider in the COVID Era

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During times of economic weakness or uncertainty, many graduate programs see their applications swell. There are already signs that the economic strain brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic will drive the same kind of increased interest in graduate school.

While …

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The Value of Mentorship: Creating Opportunities for People of Color

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Mentoring can play a crucial role in our professional success, and this is especially true for people of color. Due to the disparity in diversity of representation within leadership combined with a lack of access to …

By Dr. Waajida L. Small - Idealist Careers
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Transferable Military Traits & Skills

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When you join the military, you enter knowing that wherever your life and career takes you, there will eventually come a time to transition out of your service uniform. It is important to recognize the transferable traits, as the impact …

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How to decide what career events to attend and opportunities to pursue

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There are many different opportunities out there – recruiting events, employer sessions, internship programs, full-time openings, etc. But how do you know which to pursue? Does it matter?

Simple answer – yes, it does matter. Employers want to connect with the most …

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Seeking a competitive advantage? Feedback is a gift!

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Harvard Business Review highlights research that indicates feedback is a gift and suggests it is a key driver of performance and leadership effectiveness. In the management of your career, feedback can help you conduct research, assess your suitability to specific …

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Career Management: It’s more than resumes and interviews!

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We know that too many students think that the work of finding a job out of business school is simply about writing resumes and hoping to land interviews. We also know that the process can be overwhelming and feel like …

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What is a Leadership Development and/or Rotational Program and is it right for me?

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There is a language in job descriptions that is sometimes difficult to understand.  In business school, two terms that often pop up are Leadership Development and Rotational Programs. Professional development, mentorship, and career advancement are on many business students’ minds, …

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