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Why Bother Dressing Up For Class?
mycollegesandcareers: Your professor will take you more seriously. If you’re looking for a letter of recommendation at the end of the semester, the things you do in class can affect whether or not that will happen. If you sit up straight, pay attention in class, interact, and ditch the sweats, you’ll be more likely to get a favorable letter for your portfolio. Guest speakers / recruiters....
Landing Your First Job After Graduation
mycollegesandcareers: Your resume should be used to land an interview, not a job. You want to catch the attention of the interviewer and make him call you. Keep your resume to one page if possible. You can fill in all of the details once you get an interview. Include a brief cover letter letting the person reading it know why they need to call you. List some of your skills and how you’ve been...
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mycollegesandcareers: Photo: Look Up Page Facebook isn’t just a fun time waster anymore, but a tool that can also be used strategically in your job search. Personal Branding expert Beth Campbell-Duke suggests creating your own professional Facebook page in your job search so you can protect your…
5 Tips That Could Speed Up Your Job Search
scottnodrog: When going to a job interview as early as one year ago you’d be confident that you had enough of the right skills for the job and that you would be hired. But now, being confident and having most of the skills are not enough. Today I hear more and more job seekers ask the question, “What am I doing wrong? I know I can do this job. Why can I get hired?” Before the bottom fell...