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    Classroom to Boardroom - Experience on the Resume
by Meredith Daw and Tim Muma - Dec, 2014
It's time to take a detailed look at the resume, paying particular attention to the experience section for college students trying to snag that first great job. This section can be a challenge as most college-aged individuals won't have the experience a five-year veteran holds. Meredith Daw, assistant vice president of enrollment and student advancement for the University of Chicago, offers her inside information on what shoul...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Unpaid Internships for School Credit
by James Tarbox and Tim Muma - Dec, 2014
Companies love job candidates who have actual real-world experience in their chosen field, so that is where internships can be invaluable. Even if they're unpaid gigs, there are tons of benefits. James Tarbox, executive director of the career services department at San Diego State University, speak with Tim Muma about the value and tangible advantages of internships for college credit. He also clues us into the keys for making...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Hard Truths for College Grads
by Danny Rubin and Tim Muma - Dec, 2014
When making the jump from college into one's career, there are often some misleading thoughts and ideas that are believed to be true. Much like anything else in life, there are also some hard truths that you don't learn about until it's a touch too late. Danny Rubin, creator of the popular career advice blog News to Live By, looks to share these items with college students earlier. Danny gives Tim Muma some important and benef...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Professional Development Strategies
by Josh Frahm and Tim Muma - Dec, 2014
You don't have to be a professional to work on your professional development, and that's specifically what this episode is all about. Josh Frahm, adjunct professor at the University of Iowa, implores students to start early on developing skills and personality traits to improve their chances at a great career from day one. Josh is also the co-developer and program coordinator of Iowa's STEP (Student to Employed Professionals)...
 
  Resume Headlines
by Robin Schlinger - Dec, 2014
Headlines are important in a resume because they guide hiring managers, recruiters, and electronic tracking systems (ATS) to important information (“Professional Work Experience,” “Education”) and because they help you organize your resume logically. There are four basic resume headlines, but some resumes may require more or less. The first resume headline is the one used for your name and contact information; this always...
 
  Don’t Pick a Boss, Pick a Job
by Bernie Frazier - Dec, 2014
I recently read an article entitled, “Don’t Pick a Job. Pick a Boss.” While the article made some valid points, I want to offer a different perspective. After spending 25 years in Corporate America and having 17 direct supervisors, I can truly appreciate any person’s desire to have a great boss. As the article stated, great bosses facilitate learning, welcome ideas from employees, believe in their employees and more. J...
 
  Interview Follow-up: Another Way to Stand Out
by Thea Kelley - Dec, 2014
Following up after your job interview is more than just a formality and a matter of common courtesy. Most interviewers say a follow-up letter - or the lack of one - can influence their opinion of a candidate. What your follow-up can achieve: Reinforce the employer's memory of you – your brand, your unique selling proposition. Demonstrate your continuing interest and excitement about the job and the company. Help reso...
 
  Be Clear About your Goals Before you Interview
by Sherri Edwards - Dec, 2014
Even though times are tough, asking for a job because you are desperate is not a good look. Employers need convincing evidence for investing time and money in you. This requires knowledge of the company and considerable preparation before you speak with them. The old days of winging your way through an interview are long gone. But first, you need to know why you want the job you are pursuing and how it fits into your life plan...
 
  30 Days to a Holiday Job Search
by Mary Jeanne Vincent - Dec, 2014
Many job seekers make the mistake of taking December off thinking that nothing happens until after the first of the year. Not true. I’ve had clients receive job offers on December 23. Here are some ideas for keeping your job search active this month. Dec. 1: Check your supply of business cards; if you are running low, order more. If you don’t have one, create one. It should represent you as the quality candidate you are....
 
  Sell Me This Pen! Part 2: Job Interview as Sales Call
by Paul Freiberger - Dec, 2014
We’ve seen what “The Wolf of Wall Street” said about the job interview when the interviewer stops asking questions and presses the interviewee to actually do something. "Sell me this pen," says the criminally unscrupulous character played by Leonardo DiCaprio. In the film, recruits had to sell the interviewer a pen he had just pulled out of his pocket. According to Hollywood, the correct approach is to ask the pen-giv...
 
  Talent vs. Hard Work in Job Success
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2014
Companies theoretically want to hire high-performance employees, and if that describes you, you probably want to be hired by a company that will recognize and appreciate the value you bring to it. The trick is, how do companies determine ahead of time whether someone will be a high performer and how do you present yourself in that light to prospective employers? Is it all about talent or does hard work play a part? 5 Signs...
 
  7 Interview Bloopers that Sink Your Chances Every Time
by Abby Locke - Nov, 2014
Congratulations! You have finally landed a job interview with one of the top companies on your target list.That's exciting, now don't screw it up. Don't ever fool yourself into thinking that interview mistakes are just for the inexperienced, early-in-career job candidates. We know that first impressions count, so how about making your first impression stand out on your next job interview? 1) Giving long-winded, rambli...
 
  Applying to Small vs. Large Companies: What Are the Differences?
by Robin Schlinger - Nov, 2014
Before I list the differences between small companies and large companies from the job applicant’s viewpoint, let me list a couple of similarities: Both small and large companies use applicant tracking systems these days. About the only companies that don’t use electronic systems to weed out resumes are sole proprietorships! Both small and large companies expect to see a professional, clearly written, focused resume, not a...
 
  Why You Should Always Keep an Eye Out for the Perfect Job
by Adrienne Erin - Nov, 2014
You’re content with your job. You’re happy where you are. You’re confident in your job security. You have the perfect job and don’t need to job search. Right? Think again. Contrary to popular belief, you can and should continue to search for the perfect job, regardless of whether or not you currently need or want to change employment. It may seem illogical or counter-intuitive, but continually searching is crucial to you...
 
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