Get Moving! How to Start Searching for Jobs 

Looking for a job can be frustrating, but the experience can be more accessible if you have good processes. Now is the perfect time to look for a new position. Here are a few ways to kick off your job search. Follow these steps to help you move forward in your career.   How Can You […]

Does Your GPA Matter When Job Searching? 

If you’ve recently graduated from college, you’re probably interested in how the corporate world looks at your education. Is your grade point average significant? Do employers want to know your GPA, and will they hire based on that information? Let’s look at whether your GPA matters or not while you’re looking for your next job […]

Ace Your Interview: Try a Mock Run Before the Real One 

It’s perfectly normal to feel anxious before an interview. It’s not something we do every day, so we don’t get a lot of practice. But maybe that’s the trick to acing your next interview? Could practice make perfect? Here is how to have a mock interview before the real one to help you put your […]

Ace Your Interview: Here is an Introverts Guide to Small Talk

For an introvert, job interviews become a special kind of torture. You spend your entire social life avoiding chatty situations. Now, your career prospects depend on your ability to make small talk.  We know the feeling. You’d rather be watching TV, or reading a book, or playing a video game. You get nervous when it’s your turn to order at a restaurant. You’d rather wait […]

Is GPA Important When Applying to Jobs Out of College?

When you’re in school, your grade point average seems like a big deal. In the professional world, not so much. For some situations, it makes sense to boast about your GPA. For others, it not only wastes resume space, but it can also actively work against you.  So how do you know when it’s important to include GPA, especially when applying […]

Should I Get a Master’s Degree?

A Master’s degree can accelerate your career, opening new doors and supercharging your earnings power. Or it can end up an expensive waste of time, a line-item on your resume that never impacts your job prospects. The key is knowing the difference ahead of time, understanding when you should get a Master’s degree and when you should pursue […]