When you’re interviewing with a company that wants to hire graduates, you need to make sure you’re in top form. Interviews and sit-downs with recruiters can be the difference between landing gainful employment after graduation or twiddling your thumbs in your room all summer long. It’s far better to be proactive during your final months [...]
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