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Legal Career Spotlight: TV News Correspondent to Divorce Attorney to Political Candidate
We chat with Kristen Browde about her remarkable career path, from CNN's first Supreme Court correspondent, to her divorce practice, to a run for local office in New York.
5 Ways to Make a Better First Impression
As summer comes to a close, many of us will be starting new jobs or working with new clients and colleagues. In order to make a good impression, it can help to understand how others perceive us and what we can do to improve the way we come across during that first meeting.
Leveraging Your Liberal Arts Degree to Land a Job
If you are attending a liberal arts college, it can be difficult to explain in an interview or cover letter how your degree will help you excel in a job. Here are some ways you can leverage your liberal arts degree to land a role.
How To Get a Job You’re Under-Qualified For
Applying for a job can be nerve-racking, especially if you’re new to the job market, looking to change career paths, or simply want to move up the...
The Best Apps for Your Job Search
With over 2.2 million apps on the market, it can be difficult in deciding what is necessary to download and what you can easily skip over. When...
How to Make a Job Fair Work for You
Navigating a job fair can be difficult, which is why we’ve got the step-by-step guide to ensure a successful job fair experience for you. Follow our steps to land your next job:
Q&A with Founder of Innovative Clothing Start-Up
If something doesn’t fit, what do most people do? Donate it or throw it away. Not anymore. Air Tailor, a text-based tailoring company, has set out to...