How to Deal with a Job Offer While You’re Still Interviewing

If you’ve been particularly industrious when it comes to your job search you might be feeling overwhelmed with emails, phone calls, and interviews, but what happens when you receive a job offer while you’ve got a bunch of other post-interview …

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5 Companies with Great LGBTQ Resource Groups

In recent times, many companies have begun establishing their own, employee-run resource groups. These resource groups provide support for employees of various backgrounds, while allowing individuals to come together under common values and interests. Employee resource groups (ERGs) often offer …

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How LGBTQ+ workers can ensure a potential employer is inclusive and accepting

Feeling accepted and included in a workplace is as important, if not more important, than anything else when it comes to being an employee. For the LGBTQ+ community, that sort of assurance as an employee can be absolutely crucial to …

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Networking Tips for International Students

Like many other international students, I was very focused on the academic part of student life when I arrived in the U.S. In my junior year of college, I suddenly felt this job-seeking urgency. I was only a couple of …

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10 Tips for International Students Entering the U.S. Workforce

With graduation fast approaching at universities across the country, many international students will be entering the U.S workforce for the first time. If you’re one of these students, you might have a fair amount of anxiety around joining the U.S …

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4 Ways International Students Can Gain U.S. Work Experience with F-1 Visas

If you're an international student who wants to work in the U.S. after graduation, you need to maximize every opportunity you have to gain work experience before you graduate. The reason is, in the end, U.S. employers are most impressed …

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Advice from one first-generation college student to others who are seeking internships and entry-level jobs

We recently shared some advice for first-generation college students searching for internships and recent graduates hunting for entry-level jobs. I was thrilled to then hear from one who had some really, really good advice for other first-generation students.

Diana Cleinmark

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Career Guidance for First-Generation Students

First-generation college students are learners from households where neither parent (or guardian) has obtained a Bachelor’s degree. In other words, they are the first ones in their immediate family to attend college.

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students forge their own paths ahead in …

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7 Job Search Tips You Can Learn from Pro Athletes

Dawn Dugan, Salary.com contributing writer

Americans love their professional sports. According to recent survey done by ESPN, 74% of Americans watch four or more hours of professional sports on television per week!

As we root for our favorite teams and …

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How College Athletes Make the Transition to the Workforce

In the aftermath of the spectacular conclusion to this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament, it’s easy to forget that, for the vast majority of college athletes, no career in the game or sport of their choice awaits. And that can …

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