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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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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Do you know the difference between being proactive and reactive? It’s the difference between applying to visible jobs posting vs. finding hidden job opportunities. This can make or break your early career.
What if I told you that everything you think you know about the Internet is a lie?
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Chances are you’re thinking about your resume the wrong way. These are the 2 problems most students face with their resumes and how you can avoid them.
You read the title right — there’s a 99% chance your resume is not good enough and never will be. But before you angrily close this email, hear me out.
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Did you think internships were the only way to test career options? Here are 5 efficient strategies to validate your career interests before making a commitment.
I bet you have a million different interests and hobbies: rock climbing, photography, skiing, fashion, politics, traveling, hiking, jewelry, coffee, basketball, medicine, music…
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