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Belen Chacon

Belen is a journalism graduate student at California State University, Northridge. She spends her time interning wherever she can and tweeting her heart out. You can follow her @journobelen.

How To Find An Out-Of-State Job

Are you relocating with your significant other or just looking to start fresh in a new place? Here are some tips on how to find an out-of-state job.

How To Apply Social Media Skills To Face-To-Face Networking

Why is it so easy to connect with people via social networks? Find out how you can apply your social media skills to face-to-face networking.

How To Get Out Of Your Unemployment Funk

It's important to stay productive when you're unemployed. Here are some activities that can keep you busy and out of an unemployment funk.

How To Decline A Job Offer

Wondering if you should decline a job offer? Find out if you should decline an offer and learn how you can do it without burning bridges.

Why Starting A Blog Could Help Your Job Search

Maintaining your personal brand is important. If you want to have a bigger presence on the Internet, starting a blog could help you in your job search.

3 Things To Do After An Interview

You know how stressful the waiting game can be. Here are some things to do after an interview to give yourself a better shot and calm down too.

3 Ways To Advance Your Skills

It’s tough to stay happy at a job you don’t necessarily want. But how can you advance your skills for a future job? Here are three tips.

3 Good Reasons To Spend More Time On Your Cover Letter

Are you spending enough time on your cover letter? A well-written cover letter can take some extra time and thought. Here are three tips.

Networking 101: How To Establish References

Establishing references can be really difficult, especially when you’re looking for a job and don't know who to use. Here are some tips.

5 Ways To Build Relationships With Colleagues

You spend most of your life around your colleagues - Why not be friends? But how do you build relationships with co-workers? Here are five ways.