Networking

While it's not so difficult to add a connection on LinkedIn when you already know the person, approaching someone you don't know, like a hiring manager, recruiter, the head of the department you want to work for, or a contact that can help get you through to the decision maker is a different story.

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With the millions of qualified, experienced individuals in the job market, sometimes a college degree just isn't enough to land you the dream job. Yes, college may give us tools and courses to help push through some applicant pools, but there are several lessons we've learned solely from career coaches that'll guarantee success in the job search.

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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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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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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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There's a misconception among some job seekers that they should suspend their job search during the COVID-19 crisis until the job market recovers.

We'll tell you why this is a HUGE mistake in this week's Weekly Update!

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In this week's Work It Daily Weekly Update, we focus on side hustles, mental health,and getting a job in a competitive landscape.

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I recall the day I was given the opportunity to manage colleagues and prepare a departmental (Communications) budget. I started with the mandatory items—required software, expected travel costs, advertising, newswire, etc. Then came the nice-to-haves but, for me, professional development wasn't desired; it was required. Why?

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Summer is in the air and all you want to do is sprawl yourself out on a beach chair, slurp a fruity, refreshing beverage, and soak up some rays. Your career is the LAST thing on your mind.

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Every season is job search season if you want it bad enough.

However, there are some that view summer as a time of rest and ease up on their job searches. That's the last thing you should do!

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