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You can now customize your career newsletter to receive career content that interests you, including upcoming events, jobs and internships, and helpful tips and blogs on a variety of career topics. Follow the steps below to set up your preferences …

By Alice Song
Alice Song Career Counselor
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Don’t “Do What You Love,” Do What Lets You Have the Life You Want

When it comes to career advice, we’ve all heard, “Do what you love and you’ll never work another day in your life.” Or picked up Marsha Sinetar’s book proclaiming, “Do what you love, the money will follow.” Or thought of …

By Jandra Sutton - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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How to Negotiate Your Salary or Raise Like a Pro

We’d all like to go on exotic vacations or buy a brand-new Ferrari. Some of us just want to purchase awesome collectibles that are totally not toys, and watch cartoons all day. The problem is these things all cost money, …

By Rob Porter - Firsthand
Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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Should I Put My Pronouns on My Resume? Ask the “Queer Career Coach”

While we now use online job boards and Zoom meetings in place of classified ads and formal handshakes, one thing remains the same: A good resume can speak volumes about you, before you even open your mouth. Your resume is …

By Amber Rorris-Crow - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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LinkedIn Mistakes to Avoid—Learn from Mine!

LinkedIn is a necessary evil. You need a profile, and it should be pristine. You probably already know this. I myself have often touted the importance of LinkedIn on this blog.

Which is why I’m ashamed to admit that my …

By Kaitlin McManus - Firsthand
Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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How to Use Your Disability as a Strength When Applying for a Job

Lois Barth is a Human Development Expert, Speaker, Life and Business Coach, and Author of the book, “Courage to SPARKLE; The Audacious Girls’ Guide to Creating A Life that Lights You Up.” Lois will be a panelist at the College …

By Lois Barth - College Recruiter
College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career. Each year, we help more than 3 million students and recent grads find part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs requiring 0-3 years of experience.
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Five Things to Know BEFORE Signing Any Healthcare Contract

Congratulations on your job offer! You may be fresh out of training and excited to finally make a decent salary or transitioning into a better role. Regardless of your stage in life, handling your contract intelligently will serve to benefit …

By Danielle Kelvas, MD - Hospital Recruiting
Hospital Recruiting
Hospital Recruiting | Physician and Healthcare Job Board.
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Company Spotlight: Asian American and Pacific Islander Resource Groups

“From our 2019 Top 50 Companies for Diversity, here are just some of the employee and business resource groups (ERGs and BRGs) that support and empower Asian and Pacific Islander employees and communities.”

Click here to view the full document.

By Kiersten Borkert
Kiersten Borkert Career Counselor
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What Autistic Employees Actually Want Their Coworkers to Know and Do

I learned the art of instant personality change early in my career. As a bookstore manager in my early 20s, I would morph from a quiet loner-with-a-book into an outgoing, social person-in-charge each time I walked through the glass doors …

By Tara McMullin - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Best Questions to Ask During a Job Interview

These questions will help ensure a job is a good match for your qualifications and interests.

by Evan Thompson

Published on April 20, 2022

 Edited by Jennifer Cuellar

Being ready with questions to ask in a job interview is key …

By Kiersten Borkert
Kiersten Borkert Career Counselor
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Job-Search Strategies for International Students Who Didn’t Win the 2022 H-1B Lottery

In the recent H-1B visa lottery, 483,927 applications were filed for only 85,000 available visas. This means that more than 80 percent of applicants wanting an H-1B visa, which allows internationals to work in the U.S., won’t get one.

To …

By Derek Loosvelt - Firsthand
Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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