Career Growth

Your job search can be so much more than just looking at online job listings and sending out generic resumes and cover letters that you send to every other company.

Whether you're a college student, recent graduate, or mid-level job seeker, you could learn more about yourself and the types of jobs want with our career growth club's resources.

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So, you've been on a career break. How long has it been? Three years, five years, more? Whether you took time off to care for your children or to travel the world, relaunching your career is a major undertaking, especially these days. Just sending out a bunch of resumes won't do the trick.

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In a world where business is now conducted online on a regular basis, it's no surprise that virtual job fairs are becoming very common. In this week's Weekly Update, we'll tell you what you need to know about attending a job fair from your computer.

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The expenses associated with college can be difficult to anticipate—even if you scored a few great scholarships, or if you commute to school. In order to help offset costs, many students opt to take on part-time jobs, or find paid internships.

Doing so shows great responsibility, and can certainly result in more money in your pocket. However, a part-time job may not work with a busy, disordered student schedule, and it may have nothing to do with the field you're actually studying.

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many job interviews have transitioned online. Whether you're thrilled to interview from the comfort of your home or struggling with the shift, it's crucial to prepare thoroughly to ace your interview.

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Sick of accumulating worthless contacts? Ever find yourself going scrolling through your LinkedIn connections and saying, "Why am I connected with this person? We have nothing in common!"

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Walking into a job interview without preparing for tough questions can be scary. The last thing you want to do is stumble your way through your answers in front of your potential employers.

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Soft skills are in demand on the job market with around 1.5 million entry-level jobs available now in the U.S., according to LinkedIn. Job openings are found in different industries ranging from retail and transportation to IT and software companies.

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What plans do you have for your summer vacation? Will you be working on your tan or enjoying the air conditioning at the mall? These activities might be fun, but they won't help you get ahead in your career.

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