When searching for internships, I’m often confronted by the above statement. As an older non-student seeking experience, my pet peeve is finding great internships that I cannot apply for because I’m not in school. What are your job search pet peeves?
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a. Follow no one and put everyone I am interested in conversing with on lists based on the categories of their tweets. b. Follow every account that follows me and talk to (some of the) people who talk to me. c. Follow only real people that I’ve had real conversations with.
The week started out great. Projects were going well. Everything was working out with your team. Then, all of a sudden, BOOM. Everything goes wrong and you feel like the only person you can rely on is yourself. I don’t have anything to give away but maybe we can help some people heal. What was […]
On December 15, 2010 and December 22, 2010 #GenYChat will be sponsored by the mobile application: SWAGG. The SWAGG app lets users give electronic gift cards that can be used with over 3000 stores and merchants including CBSSports.com, JCPenney, and Wet Seal. SWAGG is on a mission to Stand Up To Cancer, and they’re donating […]
Why is cultural fit integral to your job search and how can you determine this ahead of time? Consider the following statistics on new hires and cultural fit: 86 percent of employees make a decision to stay or leave within the first six months. 50 percent of new employees fail to deliver what their organizations expect 40 […]