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Job searches of all types demand preparation and professionalism.
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- take time
- require effort
- demand self-reflection in order to improve your performance
It’s work to look for work.
Career Services Blog
Be the interviewer: use informational interviews to find out about career options
From Kathleen O'Brien. Posted May 14, 2013.
What can I do with my major? The sooner you start to find out, the better for you. Start to find out as much as you can about different career possibilities after your college years. Use some of your time this summer to investigate the possibilities you have for your career. Try on some different settings. . . Read more
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- managing interviews
- getting noticed in social media
- going to grad school
Job Seeker Stories
Bill Kochmar, Class of 2011, networked with professionals in the field and used LinkedIn to get the lead on his Management Associate position at BMW North America. Bill identifies persistence, passion, and enthusiasm as key assets in his successful job search. Hand-written thank you notes and a resilient attitude were effective tools for Bill. Read more. . .
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