This article originally appeared in Careersidekick.com by Biron Clark If you have no job after college, whether you just graduated or have been searching for 1-2 years, don’t feel bad. You’re NOT alone. Follow these steps to boost your chances of landing a good job after graduation. 1. Network as Much as Possible One of the… Continue Reading »
The Graduate to Employment Blog
Recently I reposted an article from CNBC titled “I Work in the Office 4 days a Week—Here’s Why it’s Where I’m the Most Focused and Productive.” In doing so I wrote: “For new grads who think working from home 5 days a week is a plus, think again.” My repost received well over 1,000 views… Continue Reading »
The following appeared on CNBC by Steve Adcock a personal finance and career expert Before I retired early at 35, I spent 14 years working in technology. In my senior management positions, I interviewed more than 100 candidates. A surprising amount of them didn’t even make it to the second round. But being good at interviews isn’t just… Continue Reading »
Over the years I’ve had the privilege of addressing audiences all over North America about today’s transition from academic to professional life. Attendees are usually students along with their parents. I always enjoy these events and the interactive nature by both students and parents regarding the most effective way to develop a strategic job search… Continue Reading »
The following appeared on CNBC.Com by Abigail Johnson Hess on 9/1/’21: Despite a global pandemic that caused massive unemployment and slashed earnings among working-class Americans, starting salaries for recent college graduates continue to rise. According to a recent report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the average starting salary for the college Class of 2020 was $55,260 —… Continue Reading »
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