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This is how much time you should really be spending on your job search Finding a job can be a real beast! If you're a new grad, recently unemployed, dying to get out of your current position, or debating the merits of moving on, how much time should you realistically be spending on the search?
What to put on your resume when you have no relevant work experience Your dream job just got posted, and you’re super excited. There’s just one problem: You literally (and I actually mean literally) have zero relevant work experience. Whether you’re a career changer or a new grad with no internships under your belt, what can you actually put on your resume that makes you look as qualified as possible?
4 job search techniques you think work, but don't You often know when you’ve just made a big mistake in your job application. You forget to attach your resume. You send the wrong version. You address your cover letter to Mr. Chris Allen—then realize there’s a strong chance Chris is a woman.
4 crucial questions you need to ask yourself when deciding between multiple job offers Fact: If you’re currently toting around a handful of job offers, your friends are probably wavering back and forth between being jealous and being sick of hearing about it. However, what they likely don’t believe is that this really is a hard place to be in. You truly can’t decide what to do—and talking out the options isn’t you humble bragging.
Why "Follow Your Passion" is pretty bad advice There are volumes of writing to be found online and in self-help circles that advises folks who are stuck to “follow your bliss,” or “do what you’re passionate about.” This advice probably comes from a good place a desire for people to feel a sense of permission or encouragement to go after things that will bring fulfillment to their lives. But the passion mantra is actually not so helpful for two reasons.
5 common cover letter phrases that are losing you the job You’ve personalized your cover letter to the role and company, written killer opening and closing lines, and even figured out how to give it something special. But you’re not done yet. Before you submit it, double check to make sure you’re not using any of these five words and phrases-they’ll sabotage even the greatest cover letters.
How to choose between two awesome positions at the same company Your dream company is hiring. Better still, it has a ton of openings—actually, so many, that you could see yourself applying to a few of them. Should you send in multiple applications? After all, won’t the person reviewing them know which position you’re best suited for?
Startup or Corporate: which is better for your career? When it comes to the classic job-search duel between startup and corporate, you probably know the basics of each type of workplace: Large companies have set hours, but startups are more flexible. Large companies offer benefits; startups offer free food. (And free travel. And free concierge services. And office pets.)
7 điểm khác biệt ở những người thành công trong sự nghiệp Đây là một sự thật đã được chứng minh: Hầu hết mọi người đều ở dưới mức trung bình. Do đó để bước vào nhóm những người dẫn đầu, bạn sẽ tốn ít thời gian hơn bạn nghĩ.
5 sai lầm phổ biến nhất các thực tập sinh thường mắc phải Điều sinh viên tiếc nuối nhất sau khi ra trường là không tích lũy đủ kinh nghiệm cần có. Hơn một nửa sinh viên tốt nghiệp đã cảm thấy điều này (nghiên cứu của Pew Research Center vào tháng 2 năm 2014) Rất nhiều cơ hội thực tập đang chờ đợi, không có con đường nào để thử nghiệm xem liệu nghề này có phù hợp với bạn không ngoài việc chấp nhận dành ra một khoảng thời gian để thực tập, tiếp xúc và trải nghiệm nó. Nếu không cẩn thận, bạn có thể phạm sai lầm đáng tiếc. Dưới đây là vài điều mà bạn có thể mắc phải khi thực tập:
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