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03 Jul

First Full-Time Position: Job Seeking/Obtaining the Job

2017-06-28T10:33:17+00:00 July 3rd, 2017|Job Search Advice, Success Stories|

Everyone dreams about getting their first job right after graduation. Although this is not the reality for many, I was fortunate enough to receive multiple job offers prior to graduation this past May and at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and this is an achievable goal for anyone that does their due diligence. There are many things you [...]

12 Jun

Should You Ever Negotiate Salary Over Email?

2017-06-07T10:51:26+00:00 June 12th, 2017|General, Job Search Advice|

This is an article taken from Click for the article here. Twenty-eight percent of respondents to PayScale’s Salary Survey said they hadn’t negotiated salary specifically because they were uncomfortable discussing money. If you’re one of them, you might wonder whether email is a solution to your problem. After all, it’s easier to be confident [...]

27 Apr

The Most Important Interview Prep You’re Probably Not Doing – But Should Be

2017-05-25T09:49:14+00:00 April 27th, 2017|General, Job Search Advice|

A recent blog post by Lindsey Pollack discusses successful interview tips.  To view the full article, please click here. What kinds of interviews yield the best candidates? According to research from Glassdoor Economic Research, more difficult interviews lead to more satisfied employees. And that can be daunting if you’re the candidate — whether you’re a [...]

13 Apr

Expecting the Unexpected: Navigating the Interview Process

2017-05-25T09:49:15+00:00 April 13th, 2017|General, Job Search Advice|

By: Alicia Kielmovitch As one who has been job searching off-and-on for the past decade, I have been lucky enough (or perhaps unlucky enough, given your point of view) to experience all different types of interviews.  My first job interview was for Cold Stone Creamery for a summer position in between high school and college.  [...]