When To Start Looking For a Job

when to look

With such a competitive job market, it can be hard to know the right time to really get serious about job searching. Take a read through this helpful article to set you up for job hunting success!

By Hilary Gifford
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4 Myths We Tell New Grads

I’m sure you’ve heard the news: Millennials are the worst generation in history.
We’re “deluded narcissists,” not to mention unprofessional, entitled, and unemployed.
Or are we?

By Briana Sicard
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Here are ten jobs that allow you to travel the world

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By Anna Shoemaker
Anna Shoemaker
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Michigan State University’s CERI (Collegiate Employment Research Institute) Research Brief

Unpacking Your Study Abroad Experience: Critical Reflection for Workplace Competencies

• Skills and competencies employers value most from study abroad experiences
• Strategies to help returning students articulate their skills learned/developed through study abroad
• An example of a model …

By Briana Sicard
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Study Abroad: The Career Benefits

Study Abroad The Career Benefits

Having a global outlook looks great to future employers both in your home country and elsewhere around the world. You might be considering a job abroad, because let’s be honest—after you go abroad once you’re hooked! Studying abroad looks great …

By Hilary Gifford
Hilary Gifford
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8 Exciting Jobs You Can Get With Your Arts Degree

Don’t listen to the people who warned you that getting a degree in the arts would make it hard for future job prospects – because they were wrong! There are plenty of ways to use your arts degree in your …

By Hilary Gifford
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