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Stuff I wish I could have told the twenty-five year-old me (assuming I would have listened)
Experts break down exactly what internship coordinators are looking for in the notorious cover letter.
Send a strong e-mail to the hiring manger--even if you flubbed the interview.
Have you ever left a job interview knowing you completely bombed it? Chances are you have—and you probably dealt with it by beating yourself up and abandoning that opportunity.
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LinkedIn's Recommendations feature is an incredibly important way to promote our colleagues’ personal testimonials about their relationship with us.
Cultivate a network of personal and professional contacts with whom you share common interests who can help you and other grow and develop professionally.
A fascinating idea which would prove to be advantageous to anyone serious about growing and learning.
A job interview is a two-way street. While you need to use it as an opportunity to convince the employer that you are the best candidate for the job, you also need to be convinced that the job and the company would be a great fit for you.
This process for creating and promoting your personal branding will ensure you are in control of how the world sees your business.
No two situations are ever exactly the same, but as a general guide, these are the types of questions that could come up in a typical interview.