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What do you want to do after you graduate? What types of internships are you looking at? What are you going to do with that major? These are all questions you probably get asked more than you like. They might …

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Start building your professional reputation now

 

Good manners and professionalism go hand in hand.  One of the ways we see students forget this, and damage their own reputation, is when they do not honor the commitments they have made to an employer.  Sounds serious right?  …

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

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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How to Stand Out at Virtual Career Fairs

It isn’t easy to stand out at in-person job fairs, and leaving a lasting impression with employers at virtual job fairs can be just as challenging. However, if you follow the eight tips below, you’ll have no difficulty making meaningful …

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4 Ways Successful People Bounce Back from Failure

When one hears the word “failure,” the dictionary definition typically comes to mind: “an act or instance of failing or proving unsuccessful; lack of success: an effort ending in failure. … nonperformance of something due, required, or expected: a subnormal …

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Impress with Virtual Professionalism

 

As a business student at W. P. Carey, you already know the importance of professionalism and executive presence, but do you also understand how this extends to the virtual space? Building strong relationships can be challenging virtually, but the …

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Have you considered studying abroad?

 

Are you curious about International business? Do you want to stand out from the crowd and get ahead in the job market? Explore Study/Intern Abroad!

If one of your career goals is to find a position in an international …

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How to Answer the ‘Failure’ and ‘Success’ Interview Questions

When you tell compelling stories in interviews, you create connections with your interviewers in ways that just listing your accomplishments (no matter how extraordinary) can never do. Stories connect people to each other because our brains love to follow stories. …

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5 Self-Care Tips to Reduce Job-Search Stress

Looking for a new job can be anxiety-inducing and stressful. But if you take good care of yourself—and follow these five tips—job searching can be a relatively stress-free activity.

1. Be clear about your next career step

The first step of successful …

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How to Answer “Why Did You Choose Your Major?” in a Job Interview (Plus Example Answers)

If you’re a recent college graduate heading into a job interview, you might have prepared to answer questions about how what you did in college will translate to the world of work along with other common interview questions such as “

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