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6 Quick Tips to Perfectly Prepare for a Career Fair

In college, I NEVER went to career fairs. Not once. I hated the idea of networking and having to “sell” myself, and I never thought the enormous number of awkward conversations was worth it. Now that I work in corporate recruiting, I have a different perspective. Don’t get me wrong, career fairs can still be awkward…and sometimes a bit forced… but it’s how you pr [...]

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4 (Extremely Common) Reasons You Never Seem to Reach Your Goals

All of us have dreams and goals. But when the cares of life come, our goals tend to get put on the back burner. Somehow, we look up, and it’s been months... even years... and we still haven't reached the goals we set for ourselves. Here are 4 things I’ve done, and that you may be doing too, that are stopping you from reaching your goals. 1.) You are waiting to feel “i [...]

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The New Salary Law That Forbids Employers Ask This Question

It’s the one question on a job application that can really put you at odds. “What’s your current salary?” It’s a tough one to answer. You don’t want to get cheated because of how little you made at your last job, but you also don’t want employers to assume that your salary expectations will be too high for the position you applied for. Well, the new s [...]

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6 Questions to Ask Before You Accept the Job Offer

You’ve put in the time. You’ve done your part. Tweaking resume after resume; editing cover letter after cover letter. And finally, your hard work is paying off – you have a job offer. Woohoo! But wait just one second…. Just because you got the offer does not mean that you have to, or even should, accept it. You want to make sure that your next job is better than [...]

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The 3-Step Guide to Building an Irresistable, Tailored Resume

The 3-Step Guide to Building an Irresistable, Tailored Resume What's the most tiring part of the job application process for you? Is it searching for jobs? Writing your cover letter? Prepping for interviews? For me, taking the time to fix up each resume is a bit tiring. If I'm being honest with you, tailoring each resume to the job you're applying for is not fun -- but it [...]

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5 Sure-Fire Ways to Finance Study Abroad

Think about it. Living on an island. Paradise. Meeting new friends. Experiencing a new culture. Sipping a virgin mojito along finely-grained sand while overlooking the turquoise, baby blue and foam green sea. Sound like a dream come true? It was for me. And it can be for you too! Although this sounds ideal, the thought of financing studying abroad can be draining w [...]

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12 Quick, Easy Recipes For Your Study Abroad Trip

Studying abroad throws you into a whole new culture. One of the biggest struggles I faced when studying abroad in Malta was figuring out what to cook. This led me to create my own recipes while there. Here are all of my original, quick, easy recipes that I used while abroad. Please note: I don't do much measuring when I cook, so don't be too concerned if you're lacking one [...]

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Study Abroad: My Reverse Culture Shock Experience

Written July 20, 2016 as a reflection of my study abroad experience   Reverse culture shock is real. It's definitely real. When completing my semester abroad in Malta, I was so excited to come home; I just knew that I wouldn’t experience any sort of reverse culture shock. But I was wrong. The reverse culture shock that I am experiencing, however, is not the s [...]

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