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Career building 101: The job interview

Zoe Krey

July 16, 2015

You’ve crafted the perfect resume and cover letter, and finally the hiring manager has gotten back to you. He or she asks you for your availability and it is time to check your calendar, pull out your nicest clothes and start preparing for the interview. Read More »...

Career Building 101: The cover letter

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Zoe Krey

July 8, 2015

In a world of short tweets, text messages and status updates, for some writing a letter can seem like writing in a foreign language. Read More »...

Career Building 101: Resume writing

Zoe Krey

July 1, 2015

First impressions are often made before a person can even utter a word, and in the hiring world, this fact can be a scary one. The Huffington Post cited a study released by TheLadders, an online job search site, which reveals that job recruiters look at resumes for approximately six seconds each. Six ...

Career building 101: Introduction

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Zoe Krey

July 1, 2015

Competition is an activity normally reserved for sports and contests, but with how competitive the job market is these days for recent college graduates, securing an entry level job can be a sport or contest in itself. While college prepares graduates with important knowledge in their desired field and offers them an opportunity to network with professors and oth...

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