Dear High-Achievers: You Won’t Always Get What You Deserve

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When I was in college, I applied for a position in my university’s writing center. Let me tell you—I wanted that job bad. Not only did it mean I’d get to work in a role that was relevant to my …

By The Muse
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Ask a Real Recruiter: Should I Express My Interest Even When a Company Isn’t Hiring?

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Dear Recruiter,

If there’s a company I’m really interested in but isn’t currently hiring, is it recommended to reach out now anyway to express my interest? What’s the best way to do that?

Signed,
Eager to Make an Impression

Dear …

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How Writing Skills Benefit Your Career

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In a technologically driven world, many students no longer see writing as a relevant skill to their career path. This mistaken view, unfortunately, leaves students who fail to take writing seriously in college at a disadvantage after graduation.

Are Writing …

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Ask a Credible Career Coach: Why Aren’t I Hearing Back About the Jobs I’m Applying for?

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Dear Credible Career Coach,

I’ve been applying to jobs for months and I feel like I’m doing everything right with my application. But, I’m not hearing anything back.

Is there something else I could be doing to increase my chances …

By The Muse
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What’s A Leadership Development Program—And Is It Right For Me?

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So, you’re an overachiever about to graduate from your undergraduate or graduate program. You have great experience in school and out, and you want to hit the ground running at your first job. The only problem is, how, exactly, are …

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