The Art of the Interview Follow Up Email

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by Sales Pro Blog

Interview follow up emails are now the go-to delivery method of the current generation of job seekers. They’re fast, easy, and most importantly cheap.

And while they may seem pretty straight forward there is an art to sending …

By Troy Hopkins
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6 One-Minute Morning Routines That’ll Make Starting Your Day Easier

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by Daniel Ratner of the Muse

I used to start most of my workdays lying in bed after my alarm went off, eating up time scrolling through social media, and only leaving myself a few minutes to get ready and …

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34 Words & Phrases That Scream “I’m a Leader” on Resumes

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One of the most common types of people I work with are those aiming to elevate their brand messaging to more loudly announce, “I’m one hell of a leader!” as they change jobs.

It’s one thing to be good at …

By The Daily Muse
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Job Search Tips for International Students in the Age of Trump

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by Derek Loosvelt of Vault –  January 23, 2018

Potential changes in immigration rules and laws dominated headlines in 2017. And many of these changes could significantly impact international students’ ability to find jobs and start careers in the U.S. …

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How to Answer the “What Is Your Weakness” Interview Question

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One of the most difficult questions you may face in a job interview is, “What is your weakness?” This question is hard to answer for several reasons. For starters, it’s hard for people to recognize their own flaws. What’s more, …

By Troy Hopkins
Troy Hopkins Director, Undergraduate Career Counseling Troy Hopkins
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