What Does the Coronavirus Pandemic Mean for Your Job Search?

As companies move to remote work to fight the coronavirus pandemic and an increasing number of workers are being laid off or furloughed, you might be wondering if you should continue to send out resumes or just assume that no …

By Lisa Rabasca Roepe - The Muse
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9 Federal Job Search Tips That’ll Help You Land That Government Job

Landing a federal job can be an overwhelming—and often frustrating—process. But there’s no place to make a difference for our country quite like the government, which touches all aspects of our lives, from the air we breathe to the food …

By Daisy DeMasi
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How to Break Into the Communications World

Ever wondered how to get started working in PR, entertainment, finance, or another profession? Over the next two weeks, we’re putting together a guide to breaking into these cool fields and more, brought to you by those who know it …

By Daisy DeMasi
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How to Build Your Experiences Towards a Resume for a Science Career

A good resume needs to show that you already have the skills needed to be successful in a target job.  A resume needs a lot of planning, regular input from experts and flexibility on your part. The most important step …

By Jennifer Weinstein
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18 Interview Questions Every Teacher Must Be Able to Answer

Job interviews are exciting (we swear)! They’re a peek into new opportunities, new colleagues, and new challenges that will change your career path. No pressure, right? Here’s one way to be sure you’ll nail it: Prepare your answers to some …

By Jennifer Weinstein
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How to Prepare for a Video Interview

Are you applying for a job in another state or country? Are you applying for a job that’s fully remote? Is your potential manager a globetrotter? Whatever the case, video interviews are becoming more common for their cost and time …

By Nisha Kumar Kulkarni - Idealist Careers
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How to Get Your First Software Developer Job, According to Hiring Managers

What does it take to land your first job as a software developer? Recruiters are looking for someone who knows how to build code, test and deploy it, with an understanding of the software development life cycle.

The strongest software …

By Kindra Cooper - Springboard
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Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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Searching for Internships in Arts, Media, and Communications? Start here!

In addition to the Virtual Fall Job and Internship Fair this week, you may be wondering what else you can do to find internship opportunities in advertising, arts, media, and communications. Well, once you’ve finished following up with the employers …

By Erica Kryst
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How to Tailor Your Cover Letter to a Government Job

Applying for a government position is a lot different from applying for a private-sector job. Unlike the latter, government or public-sector applications often require a cover letter or personal statement.

Landing a job in a government agency takes a special …

By Jennifer Weinstein
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5 Career Planning Tips for Science Undergrads

Are you looking for an internship, research experience, job or thinking about going to graduate school? Are you thinking about what to do after you graduate? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone. No matter where you are on your college journey, …

By Jennifer Weinstein
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