Author: Sara Pion

The Do’s and Don’ts: Tattoos and Piercings in an Office

Seeing working professionals with multiple piercings and exposed tattoos is becoming more common as younger people enter the workforce. More than any other generation, Millennials are all about being uniquely individual, whether it is with the way they dress, the piercings they have or the tattoos that they get. However, it is still important to […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for Students Entering the Workforce

Everyone starts the new year off with all different kinds of resolutions:  to get in shape, to find a new job, to buy a new house. A lot of the time these goals seem attainable at first, but by January 31st they seem almost impossible. For students looking for internships or entry level positions this […]

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Why Your Job Search is Basically a Disney Movie

A large majority of job seekers have probably seen at least one Disney movie in their lives and are familiar with the classic Disney plot: An unhappy young person tries something new, is confronted with a conflict, eventually defeats that obstacle and lives happily ever after. Every storyline brought to us by Disney can mimic […]

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How-to Create and Follow Through on a Long-Term Goal

When given a task dubbed “long-term”, we very often forget about it until the last minute or do not manage our time wisely enough and end up scrambling when the deadline arrives. As someone who has procrastinated as much as anyone does, I understand the rush you get when you finish that project moments before […]

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LinkedIn Advice for College Students

It’s hard to deny that internships are important for succeeding after the bubble of “college life” pops and you need to find a job after graduation. Planning ahead and getting work experience is the best way to avoid the dreaded question, “So what do you want to do with your life?” One way to start […]

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5 Career Tips for College Graduates

Graduation has passed and the allotted period of free time a college grad can take advantage of has burned out. You’re officially considered “unemployed”. Don’t let this get you down, we have compiled a list of 5 career tips for college graduates:

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