3 Keys to Writing Cover Letters That Stand Out

It’s a myth that high quality job openings are few and far between thanks to Covid. The truth is, despite the economic uncertainty created by the pandemic, there are many great openings out there. And to get them—or, at least, …

By Natalie Fisher - Vault
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Career Guidance for First-Generation Students

First-generation college students are learners from households where neither parent (or guardian) has obtained a Bachelor’s degree. In other words, they are the first ones in their immediate family to attend college.

These students forge their own paths ahead in …

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The Right Way to Include Your Work Experience on a Resume (With Examples)

We all know resumes are important. They’re your first impression. The highlight reel of your qualifications. The tool that you can use to land an interview (and ultimately a job).

Your past experience takes up the bulk of your resume …

By Jaclyn Westlake - The Muse
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How to Feel More Confident in Interviews

When you land an interview, you often feel instant joy. Unfortunately, this joy can soon be replaced by anxiety—and that can wreak havoc on your confidence. The good news is there are several distinct ways to fight this anxiety, boosting your …

By Julia Adams - Vault
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Better Breaks | How to Manage Your Energy at Work

We’ve all been told that it’s healthy to take breaks during the workday—and stepping away from your desk presents a great opportunity to recharge your batteries and passively process information. But are your breaks really adding to the energy you …

By Nisha Kumar Kulkarni - Idealist Careers
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How to Make Your Voice Heard in the Workplace (Especially as a Woman or Minority)

Have you ever sat silently as a coworker talked for 47 of the 50 minutes allotted for a meeting? Have you mentioned an idea only to be ignored or have someone else say it later and get credit? It can …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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5 Ways Using Social Media Can Help You Get a Job

Depending on your age and where you are in life, odds are you use social media for one or two reasons– entertainment purposes, to keep up with your friends and family, or to share moments of your life.

When it …

By Maximilian Vanegas - WayUp
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10 Things You Should Never Include In A Resume

Your resume is a marketing document that needs to help you land your next role.

A lot of my clients believe that their resume needs to show everything that they’ve done, while, in fact, your resume is a targeted document …

By Anastazija Gavrilovic - Ivy Exec
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Making a Great First Interview Impression as a Recruiter

You’ve worked hard to source and schedule top talent for your facility. The challenging job market has made it difficult, but you’re confident you have a good selection of candidates from which to choose. As you prepare to meet potential …

By Riia O'Donnell - Hospital Recruiting
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4 Calendar Hacks That Will Actually Make Your Coworkers Respect Your Boundaries

Many remote workers cite “flexibility” as one of the biggest benefits to working from home, even when their company doesn’t work flexible hours. Yet remote workers also report working more hours at home than when they were in the office.

By Fairygodboss - Ivy Exec
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