Overhaul your resume with these 2 frameworks

Writing a fantastic resume is not easy. Here are the most important things you need to know to substantially improve your resume right now.

I have a quick thought experiment for you.

Think about your resume. Now, forget about all those experiences that would seemingly make your resume perfect (4.0, president leadership roles, brand-name internships, etc.)

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How to use culture fit to impress your interviewer

Students often make the mistake of underestimating the importance of culture. Here’s how to ask tailored, unique questions to understand a company’s culture and impress the interviewer.

“What’s the culture like?” — the student asks the recruiter.

Probably the 4 most useless words in the job hunting process. You may not realize it, but what the student really means is: Continue reading “How to use culture fit to impress your interviewer”

How to use job descriptions to find A-level internships

Have you been applying to every internship posting you see? Read on to learn how to separate the high-quality postings from the fluff.

Two weeks ago I wrote an article called “Is that a dream internship, or a waste of time.” In it, I asked my readers to reply back with internship postings for me to identify as A-level (high-quality) or not.

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Thoughts on his first job — guest post from Wharton graduate

This week, my coworker Tai Bendit discusses the 4 factors he considered crucial during his job search.

This week’s post is written by my coworker Tai Bendit. While his post discusses some details around the job we both have at LinkedIn, the lessons and takeaways are important to everyone at 2 by 22. If you want more content like this (perspectives from my friends), reply back and let me know!

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[Scripts Included] Is that a dream internship, or just a waste of time?

Do you know what the difference is between an A-level and C-level internship? This in-depth post explains how to identify the cream of the crop job opportunities so you can build a personalized and fulfilling career.

“BEEP, BEEP, BEEP.” It’s 6AM, your alarm clock abruptly jolts you awake from unconsciousness. Can’t you snooze it for 5 more minutes? Nope. Your manager doesn’t like it when you show up late.

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