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How to Compose an Effective Post-Interview Thank You Note

How to Compose an Effective Post-Interview Thank You Note

With Thanksgiving right around the corner it seems like the perfect time to touch on Post-Interview Thank You notes again. Now we all know the importance of writing your interviewer a nice note, but if you have ever sat down after an interview and thought…”what do I write?” , here are some tips to get […]

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Why Every Idea Matters

Why Every Idea Matters

At the beginning of October, I attended the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Boston. It was a week filled with inspiring panels, entrepreneurial spirit, and great ideas. I met a lot of people, some much like myself who were just starting their career and looking to learn; some who were founders of their own startups. […]

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How To Get The Most Out Of A Conference

How To Get the Most Out Of A Conference

There are conferences and summits for nearly every profession and interest now, which is great! Some conferences are generic networking events, some are for learning, and some are industry specific to sharpen your skills. To ensure that you get the most out of the conference you’re attending, follow these tips!

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Best Apps to Help with Your Career

Best Apps to Help with Your Career

In the age of technology there really is an app for everything, even for job applications. Use the fact that you can apply to jobs from your smart phone to your advantage. This allows you to browse and apply to jobs wherever you are- maybe even while on your morning commute? With so many types […]

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The Journey To Your First Post-Grad Job

The Journey To Your First Post-Grad Job

So you’re a soon to be college graduate or just recently graduated, now what? Life comes at you pretty fast and now it’s time to enter the professional world. For some, this change can be a simple adjustment, while for others a total culture shock. Each individual handles these situations differently. Looking back, to me […]

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