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Beyond Career Services: Where to find career information and advice
You can think, getting advice from your mom, brother, aunt, friend or neighbor might seem like a good idea but these well-meaning, "inner circle" confidants may lead you astray.
Four Tips To Improve Your Employability While Still in School
The job market continues to be challenging for new graduates. Employers are wary of hiring candidates with little experience and can still have a recession mindset. The good news is there are steps you can take before you graduate to improve your employability.
Career Tips: How to Ask for a Job Referral
We often hear the saying, "it's not what you know; it's who you know," an idea that may ring true for many job hunters. In addition to learning and developing valuable skills, polishing your resume and preparing for job interviews, it's important to user your interpersonal skills and tap into your network of personal and professional connections when applying for a position.
Defining Employability: Honing "Soft" Skills While Earning Your Online Degree
Students pursue higher education in order to obtain the skills they need to get the job they want. This often means focusing on training and skills that are most relevant to their vocation of choice.
Q&A With Bob Prosen, President and CEO of The Prosen Center for Business Advancement
As part of Bryant & Stratton College Online's efforts to bring resources and information to improve students' and graduates' employability skills, our blog staff sat down with career positioning expert Bob Prosen, president and CEO of The Prosen Center for Business Advancement.
Employability Skills: How Important is Customer Service?
If you have a retail job or are have your heart set on a career in the hospitality and restaurant industry then you know customer service should be in your set of employability skills. But what if you're not earning a hospitality management degree?
Getting Hired: 5 Thank You Note Mistakes to Avoid
Your efforts toward getting hired for a position should not end at the job interview. It is important to follow up with potential employers to show them that you really care about earning a spot at their company. This is why it is absolutely necessary that you send a thank you note following an interview.
Q&A With Todd Lempicke of ThinkOptimal
As part of Bryant & Stratton College Online's efforts to bring resources and information to improve students' and graduates' employability, our blog staff sat down with resume expert Todd Lempicke of ThinkOptimal