Hoping to Get a New Job Post-Pandemic? Here’s How to Figure Out What You Actually Want

Think of who you were before the coronavirus pandemic started—the plans you had, things you prioritized, and goals you were working toward. Now fast forward to today. Maybe, like so many people, you’ve found your understanding of what you want …

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Do you know your value proposition?

Knowing your value proposition and what unique qualities you bring to the table can be a daunting task. Employers usually understand that college students may have limited work experiences. However, do not undersell yourself. You have more leadership and transferable …

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The Ultimate Guide to Personality Tests for Career Changers

Personality tests can be a useful tool to help better understand a person’s characteristics, personality traits, and methods of communication that will resonate with that individual.

In your career, you may have come across employers who request job candidates to …

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Why soft skills are important, even in more technical roles

As a business student, you have already begun to build a variety of skills through your classes and projects. While your degree may be focused on a very technical skillset, you are also subtly gaining “soft” skills from these experiences. …

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What does it mean to be “career ready”?

Employers look for candidates who can demonstrate knowledge of formal education gained by obtaining a degree.  But we know that a credential is not enough to stand out from your classmates.  Giving thought to the relevancy of your skills as …

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