There are some writing rules many of us have forgotten. And there are also words and phrases that sound interchangeable, but really aren’t. So mistakes are made, every day.
To help you put your best grammar foot forward, here are 16 writing rules all young professional should know:
Kicking off your career in college is essential to your success after graduation. College students who do internships, brand themselves, and gain real world experience are more likely to land jobs after college than those who don’t do anything to advance their careers.
There are so many different things you can do to launch your career as a college student…
In today’s economy, it is tough for recent grads and young professionals to find their first gig. And even harder to impress once they’re there. So we asked our friends at Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question: When was the last time you were truly impressed by a young professional? What did they do to set themselves apart? Here are some of the best answers: They Leveraged a Balance of Confidence and Humility All professionals walk a fine line between confidence and humility, but as a young professional, this line can be paper thin. Different situations require a young
In today’s economy, job seekers must leverage every available advantage… including displaying an impactful signature block at the bottom of every email sent to employers.
In this infographic from EverContact, you’ll learn everything you need to know about email signatures…
Whether you have just graduated from college, followed your significant other to the new location of their job, or moved for other reasons like better career opportunities, finding a job in a new location can be very challenging.
Which is why – as soon as possible – you must expand your network in your desired new city!