Don't get caught with these things on your resume, as it will almost be guaranteed to get tossed aside. Hobbies Although LinkedIn provides a space to share your hobbies, be sure to keep your resume simple and to the point. Feel free to share your love of traveling or reading on LinkedIn’s hobby section, but always … Continue reading What to Exclude From Your Resume
Being fearless isn't easy, but once you decide that you have the ability to shape your future, you will be unstoppable. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjjYVROiJIA The Purdue CCO is here every step of the way to help you determine your career path and how to achieve your goals. Walk-in hours are 10a-4p Monday-Friday or you can schedule an … Continue reading “You Are the Only One Who Can Determine Your Own Fate.”
The weather is changing, summer is approaching and students across campus are feeling the effects of a paralyzing condition. The job search. Symptoms of a student searching for a job include, but are not limited to: agonizing self-analysis, waves of panic, unceasing stress, nostalgically binge reading 90s buzzfeed articles, and creating dramatically pessimistic projections of … Continue reading Staying Positive in the Job Search
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How to Conduct an Informational Interview? Informational interviews are conducted in order to find new information regarding a particular industry or company by talking to people one already knows or to those who have been referred to one. Identify an Occupation or Career Path The first step in conducting an informational interview is to identify … Continue reading How to Conduct an Informational Interview