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Surely, you’ve heard it before.
Online resumes aren’t just all the rage – they’re increasingly a necessity. Gawker’s tech and lifestyle blog, Lifehacker, recently tackled this topic. Has the paper resume gone the way of the dinosaur? And if not, how much life does it have left in it? After all, professional landing pages – which are essentially nothing more [...]
As you move further into your postgraduate search for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, it’s easy to become discouraged about your professional prospects.
The graduating classes of 2013 is getting ready to head out into the world and join the workforce, but many new grads are feeling understandably unsure of themselves. What industries are most exciting? Which ones want them the most? Even with the benefits of the internet, it can be hard for grads to find their [...]
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