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Career Start; 4 Lucrative Careers You Haven't Considered

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 21, 2017 2:31:38 PM / by Jake Stevenson

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If you’re graduating from college or recently received your diploma, you 'll find yourself in one of the 5 buckets below:

  • You started interviewing and have a job lined up in something closely related to your major. Congrats, feel free to exit out of this window as this may not apply.
  • You’ve been interviewing and have started to receive offers but haven’t yet found something you love.
  • You’ve been interviewing and have yet to receive an offer. Maybe you haven’t found something you’re passionate enough about or maybe you just need to work on your interview skills.
  • You’ve either received offers, or haven't, in a field closely related to your major. Through the job search, you've realized you’re just not that excited about the most relevant opportunities.
  • You started a job in a field you studied and over the past several months have realized you’re just not that into it.
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Interview Coaching Checklist

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 20, 2017 9:42:30 PM / by Jake Stevenson posted in Interview Coaching

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Interview Best Practices

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 20, 2017 9:15:51 AM / by Jake Stevenson posted in Interview Coaching

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No matter if you're about to graduate from college or have 10+ years of professional experience under your belt, we've built a list of best interview practices to  follow to help you get more offers.

 

 

Knowing how the company's product or service adds value to their customers along with their unique positioning in the market is equally if not more important than knowing the standard company background info. 

 

For more junior job seekers, your desire to take on the associated responsibilities and longer-term commitment to the department is vitally important. Regardless of internships, part-time jobs, projects, etc., you're an entry-level candidate in the eyes of every hiring manager you'll meet. You may have some relevant experience, you just need to customize it along with your motivations for the specific job/department you're interviewing with.

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High Paying Entry-Level Jobs

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 18, 2017 10:55:41 AM / by Jake Stevenson

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The Situation

A Bachelor's degree is the new high-school diploma. We tend to focus on making our degrees an entryway into the workforce, when in reality, studies show that over half of the 34% of Americans with a degree, enter careers not directly related to their major.

So what about that 50% who are unsure of their direction or have a change of heart?

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Mistakes of Recent Grads Seeking Careers for Liberal Arts Majors

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 6, 2017 6:38:38 PM / by Jake Stevenson posted in Interview Coaching

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Graduate: "I'm looking for the chance to work for a great company"

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