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Don’t Hit Send Yet: Email Etiquette Rules We All Must Follow

email etiquette rules

Writing emails may seem straightforward: type out your message, enter the address, and hit send. But there’s more to it. Much more.

Writing effective emails is a skill developed through experience, and there are email etiquette rules you have to learn.   

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The Post-Grad Internship: More Valuable than You Think

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You didn’t just spend all of that time and money on a college education for an internship. You want a full-time job, right? But things just don’t always work that way.

And though a post-grad internship often gets a bad rap, it can actually be incredibly beneficial…   

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Should You Take a Remote Position Right Out of College?

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You graduated from college recently and you have a few job prospects lined up. One of them involves working remotely. That remote position pays as much as your other offers, and it involves work you’d genuinely enjoy doing.

But is it really the right career move for you?   

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Job Hunting? Here’s the Ultimate Cheat Sheet for an Organized Job Search

organized job search

When on the hunt for a job, it’s not uncommon to apply for multiple opportunities simultaneously. This is especially true for those of us just starting our careers. But multiple applications mean different resume versions, various cover letters and many deadlines to keep track of.

With so many moving parts, it’s difficult to maintain an organized job search…   

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4 Important Career Skills Gained by Working During Your College Years

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It’s not uncommon for college students to work part-time while they’re in school. For some, it’s even a necessity. But there’s more to gain from working during your college years than just some extra cash.

They’re also opportunities for “real world” preparation…   

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