Category Archives: College

The 4 Mistakes Made by Too Many New Job Seekers

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People do funny things when trying to cope with the terrifying prospect of an extended job search. And our team of writers at Resume to Interviews have seen it all.

We routinely hear of clients taking a full year to land their first full-time job… and many of them make all the same mistakes that all their struggling friends made during their job search…   

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By Industry: The Ultimate Guide to Job Search Timelines

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Calling all college students: If you’re anything like me, you’re constantly thinking about when you should start the dreaded job search.

I mean, how early is too early to start sending out your resume? Is September too soon?   

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3 Simple Steps to Connecting with Alumni on LinkedIn

Dear College Students

Now that your LinkedIn profile is up and in tip top shape, it’s time to think about how, as a college student, you are going to connect with other LinkedIn members.

It’s time to develop your professional network…   

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5 Ways to Start Your Career While Still in College

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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…   

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A Young Professional’s Biggest Asset: Alumni Mentors

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According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics: 70 percent of jobs are found through networking.

A great way to amp up your networking efforts? Take advantage of your alumni networks and enlist the career support of alumni mentors.   

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How Do You Work Around a Lack of Work Experience?

Entry Level Job Seeker

If you’re a new or recent grad, the lack of experience may seem to disqualify you for many jobs.

However, I’ve seen numerous success stories with clients who have overcome this dilemma, and I want to share some strategies about how you can do that, too…   

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