How to Stay Positive When Your Job Search Is Dragging You Down

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by Kat Boogaard

You spend every second of your free time weeding through different job descriptions. You’ve written so many cover letters and polite follow up emails that you literally become nauseous at the thought of having to author another …

By Hire Bauer
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The Simple Strategy That Helped Me Set Long-Term Career Goals (Plus, a Worksheet!)

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Setting goals always sounds great in theory. I can’t even begin to count the number of times I’ve said, “I’m going to restart my blog this month” or, “I want to be better at exercising this year” or, “I promise …

By The Muse
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6 Questions to Ask if You Want Your New Boss to Like You (and Spoiler, You Do!)

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Starting a new job is all about making a good first impression. You have this amazing opportunity to start over—to build strong relationships and set your new career in the right direction—so don’t just enter your new office prepared …

By The Muse
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The 9 Highest-Rated Career Books of 2018, According to Goodreads

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Imagine getting to spend a few hours with a career expert—just you two—and learning all their secrets to success.

That’s exactly what you can do by reading a great career book! (Sure, it’s not exactly the same thing, but it’s …

By The Muse
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15 Quick Tips for Working with Recruiters and Headhunters

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Article by Katharine Hansen, Ph.D.

If you’re engaged in a full-blown job search, you may wonder if you should work with a recruiter. Or perhaps you find that recruiters are seeking you out, whether you are …

By Megan Bauml
Megan Bauml Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Megan Bauml
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