October 10, 2017
3 of the Best Places to Work in Orlando, Florida premium
We’ve hit the halfway mark with our blog series exploring the best places to work in 10 major cities around the U.S. So far, we’ve looked at Denver, Seattle, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and Minneapolis-St. Paul. If you currently reside someplace where there’s a definite (and spine-tingling) chill in the air, perhaps you’ve begun thinking […]
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October 6, 2017
3 of the Best Places to Work in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota premium
Whether you’re at the beginning of your academic career or close to graduation, now is the time to start thinking about where your future job will take you. That’s why we’re exploring the best places to work in 10 cities around the U.S., and what majors these companies are looking for. In previous posts, we […]
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September 25, 2017
3 of the Best Places to Work in San Francisco, California premium
Striking out on your own can be exciting, but the unknown elements of moving to an unfamiliar city can be a bit nerve-racking. If you find yourself in that position have no fear! We’ve gathered info on some of the biggest cities in the U.S. and we tell you why they are the best places […]
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September 7, 2017
3 of the Best Places to Work in Washington, D.C. premium
While sticking close to home after graduation certainly has its advantages, don’t be afraid to take a chance on an opportunity a little further away. To help you out, we’re bringing you some of the best cities to consider moving to. So far, we’ve checked out Denver and Seattle. Today we’re taking a closer look […]
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August 31, 2017
3 of the Best Places to Work in Seattle, Washington premium
The idea of moving to a new city after graduation can be equal parts exciting and scary. Before you pack up your possessions and move to parts unknown, read our posts on some of the best places to work in major cities across the U.S. We’ve got the lowdown on Denver and this week we’re […]
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August 24, 2017
3 of the Best Places to Work in Denver, Colorado premium
Sometimes the perfect job can take you further than your backyard. And while a new job and a new city can be a bit scary, we’re here to make the transition a bit easier with our 10-part blog series on some of the best places to work in major cities around the United States. Plus, […]
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August 23, 2017
Student Success Starts with College Completion premium
There is plenty of evidence to support the claim that students who complete their college education have a far better chance of succeeding in their careers and lives—more so than their peers who do not finish. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports students who graduate with a two- or four-year degree can expect […]
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August 10, 2017
Focus on Your Marketable Skills, Not Your Experience premium
When you’re in college, advice is coming at you from all different directions and sometimes it can be hard to cut through the ‘noise’ to focus on what’s important. And while GPA, extracurricular activities, and an ePortfolio each have their own merit, the one area recruiting managers and employers are focused on are skills. In […]
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August 9, 2017
Career Services Rebranding at The University of Tennessee premium
While career services have long been part of college campuses, getting students to grace their threshold has been a little trickier. And it is not that students don’t care about their academic career or what happens after they graduate. Rather, it’s a misunderstanding about what is available and how it can play an important role […]
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August 3, 2017
Good News—Your Liberals Arts Degree Can Get You Hired! premium
There’s a common misconception that a liberal arts degree is ‘useless’ or that if you have one, you’ll never find a job. However, CEOs like HBO’s Richard Plepler (Government) and YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki (History and Literature) would probably disagree. Even Michael Eisner, who graduated with a Literature and Theater degree, was able to find a […]
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August 2, 2017
Career Services Rebranding at Stanford University premium
As we discussed last week, career services departments on college and university campuses across the country are looking for tangible ways to connect with current students to help them develop academically and also maintain a connection as they become alumni in the workforce. For most, it starts with rebranding the overall image of career services. […]
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July 27, 2017
7 Ways to Display Your Leadership Skills premium
In addition to the hard skills you will display in your ePortfolio and on your resume, employers consider equally important what soft skills you can contribute. The NACE Job Outlook 2017 report showed that one of the attributes nearly 70 percent of employers looks for is leadership. Today, we’re looking at seven ways you can […]
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