In 2016, getting a college degree is not enough. By not equipping our low-income kids with the skills needed to connect with jobs, not only are they missing out, we are, too.
The modern incarnation of the interview is out of date and no longer speaks to the needs of companies and the candidates they would like to hire. The current interview has outlived its usefulness and in many ways hinders the hiring process. Simply put, the current interview is dead.
While acceptable makeup styles can vary widely between different types of internships, a good rule of thumb is to go with a natural look - for the most part.
Just the other day I was commuting home on a crowded LIRR peak express train when a stranger sitting next to me refused to get off at his stop without first commenting on my lightning speed texting technique.
Growing up in Canada, I always knew that I wanted to explore the world. I researched doing a student exchange in high school, and was always fascinated by National Geographic. It wasn't until university that I got the chance (and the motivation) to pursue this dream.
What better way to realize your dream then by testing it out. Having an internship isn't what is going to set you apart. It's what you do with it.
Cortney Harding knows how it feels to be at the bottom of the office food chain. Regardless of prospective career field, college
Have you ever been asked to do something that seems a bit excessive at your internship -- like, say, fetch a seemingly endless
You've applied, aced the interview, worked your tail off and your internship is coming to an end. Congrats! So, now what? Whether you're heading back to school or are still waiting for a job offer, here a few tips to make sure your coworkers won't forget you.
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