Networking 101

Did you know that as many as 85% of jobs are secured via networking? Networking is defined as the exchange of information or services among individuals, groups, or institutions; the cultivation of productive relationships for employment or business needs.” While networking

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Finding opportunities outside of on-campus recruiting at the right time

If you are hearing a lot of buzz about on-campus recruiting but not seeing many opportunities aligned with your career goal, you might think the companies or industries you are interested in don’t recruit during the fall–that typically isn’t the …

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Are you an International Student? Use the Pitchfork Approach!

You may have come to the United States with the intention of securing employment here following your graduation. As an international student,  diversifying your job search will benefit your strategy. We encourage you to engage in what we call the …

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W. P. Carey Alumni Share Advice for new W. P. Carey Students

We asked W. P. Carey Alumni: What is the best piece of advice you would offer to a new W. P. Carey student?

Here are 5 tips they shared:

Understand the Big Picture
Get Involved
Prove Yourself
Develop Confidence
Utilize …

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Are you leveraging all your resources?

 

We know the career management process can be overwhelming. Don’t fret! As a business student at W. P. Carey, you have access to resources designed to make the career management process easier to navigate, wherever and whenever you need …

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W. P. Carey Alumni Share Advice on How to Prepare For The Future World of Work

We asked W. P. Carey Alumni: What is one piece of advice you would offer to a current W. P. Carey student on how to best prepare for the future world of work?

Here are 5 pieces of advice they …

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Why highlighting your soft skills is important, even for technical roles

When you are interested in roles that require a significant amount of technical skills such as business analyst and technical product management roles, you might think that employers only care whether or not you can perform the technical components of …

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The Importance of Making Your Handshake Profile Public

Employers use Handshake as a tool to quickly identify high-potential job candidates just like you. However, it’s important to recognize that employers can only find you if your profile is visible to them. 

You can make it easier for employers …

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What is the market whispering to you? How to get unstuck in your job search

When applying for internships or jobs, students may become stuck at a particular phase within the hiring process.  What can you do when this happens? First, it’s important to understand the key phases within the hiring process:

Applications ⏩Interviews  ⏩ Job …

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Is your narrative ready to help set you apart?

In a market that is flooded with skilled and talented candidates, having a great personal narrative that is easy to follow, relevant to your listener, and short enough to keep your audience engaged will help set you apart . As a …

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