If you’re a college student set to graduate in 2016, there’s no doubt the job market is on your mind. While it’s true that hiring companies may have more jobs for new college grads this year than they did in 2015, it’s also true that there’s still a lot of competition. That’s why you need to think carefully and strategically about job applications, especially in terms of location.
How does location play into your job search? Where are the best places to go? More...
Life After . Undergrad Life
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The last year in college involves celebration and anticipation. You’re about to earn a degree, but at the same time, you’re facing the working world and are tasked with starting a career. If the last four or so years were difficult, remember that their whole purpose has been to prepare you for life after school. As you’re about to graduate, it’s time to evaluate: Are you ready for the real world? More...
It is never too early during your college years to attend a career fair. It is a great way to land an internship or job. It’s also great interview practice! I did not attend a career fair until my senior year of college. I think I waited so long because 1.) I didn’t want to take the time to edit my resume 2.) I hated dressing “professionally” and 3.) The thought of my career and talking to recruiters intimidated me. Eventually, I sucked it up and went to my first career fair! I made a bunch of connections and I actually had fun! I was kicking myself for not attending a career fair sooner. I think a lot of college students feel the same way I did, so I put together a list of tips to help you make the most of the career fair you attend. More...