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5 outdated job-hunting tips (and what you should be doing instead …

In fact, Alice Harra, the interim director of University Career Services at Northwestern University and a former corporate recruiter, says recruiters don't even spend much time looking at resumes, and eliminate those that are too long right away. “ As a former corporate … In today's job search process, you should typically include your cell phone number and email address on your resume and cover letter to ensure you're as reachable as possible. Do make sure your

Stress Reduction for Working Well, Part I | NYU Wasserman Center …

School: adjusting to new environments, borrowing money, taking exams, finding employment, pressure to achieve, time management (Read more.) Work: feeling powerless, unclear job description, poor job fit, poor working

Are job fairs really worth your time? | USA TODAY College

A survey conducted by global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. found that job fairs are least helpful in landing employment. “Job fairs are particularly ineffective in … become the go-to sites for job searching. Networking is huge, but you must keep your eyes and ears open at all times. … The problem with the ease and accessibility of the Internet is that many job seekers make it their primary job search tool.” With so many people attending job fairs,

Get a job: Winning strategies to land a summer job over winter break …

If, however, the thought of hearing no 10-20 times before you hear yes, stops you cold in your job hunting tracks, then consider these two slightly more “back-door” strategies for securing a summer internship: 1. Contact a relative, a long-time family … Offer to take a relatively low salary if necessary, work part-time or even work for free as long as you can have exposure to a field you are interested in pursuing as your career. Not all organizations have formal summer

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