Evan Tsuei, Westmont College
When faced with a lack of experience on your resume, try including your hobbies as it just might save your application.
Liana Sameth, Pace University
Sure, they’re the more traditional way to apply for a job, but they can make the application process very mundane. Here are some possible alternatives.
Becky Hardin, University of Arizona Global Campus
Searching for career opportunities can be stressful for young people struggling with feelings of unease, but these tips can help you accomplish all of your work-related goals.
Kelsie Westmoreland, Washington and Lee University
Invaluable skills such as software proficiency, foreign languages and coding can all be learned online — and will make your application stand out to universities and employers.
More and more jobs are double-checking to make sure you’re not making things up about your schooling on your resume.
It’s not easy to squeeze making money into a busy college schedule. Here are some jobs and other things that you can do to make your pocketbook a little fuller.
Cameron Rapata, Columbia College Chicago
Land that perfect career after graduation.
Sydney Jennings, University of Connecticut
C’mon, just admit it, we’ve all done it. Just sprinkle some harmless white lies in your resume trying to impress the employer and score your dream job.
Joshua Castro, Penn State University
Looking to fall behind? Then tell the truth.
Payton Ramey, University of Central Florida
The difference between you and the other guy could come down to how well both of you describe the same thing.
Olivia McCoy, University of Georgia
From volunteer work to internships, here’s a list of the best five ways to enhance your college resume.
Katie Sanchez, University of Texas at San Antonio
Before you commit to a lifelong career, make sure to intern in your field of choice. You’ll thank me later.
Employers want to see a well-rounded graduate, but you’re not really the outgoing type. Here’s how to game the extracurricular requirement.
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