Category: Job Search

What the Infinity Stones Can Teach Job Seekers

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War has supplanted Jurassic World as the biggest summer movie of all time.

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Changing Careers to Graphic Design: Part 2

This post is a continuation from last week’s blog about the question of whether or not you should change your career or course of study to graphic design.

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Changing Careers to Graphic Design: Part 1

Changing careers can be scary. It will surely be stressful. It may even seem crazy. But it might be the right thing for you to do.

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Transitioning your marketing career from a non-creative to a creative job

There’s no question that a career in marketing requires some creativity. Building brands and influencing buying decisions takes innovation, imagination and originality. But some marketing roles are more creative than others.

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The Top 10 Creative and Marketing Jobs in 2018

Marketing is big. It encompasses so much, from creative to communications to digital, and everything in between.

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Online Portfolios Are Your Friend

Online portfolios have been around for quite some time. Unfortunately, not everyone is taking advantage of the opportunity online portfolios offer.

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How My Internship Prepared Me for the Job Market

One of the biggest issues that recent college graduates face when applying for jobs is that the vast majority of openings require prior experience. That’s where an internship comes in handy.

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How Social Media Can Help Your Job Search

It’s common knowledge that the internet is a great resource when hunting for jobs. There are many services that host job postings and allow users to upload resumes.

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Four Reasons NOT to Get Nervous About Your First Job Interview

After spending months trying to find a summer internship in Jacksonville, FL, when I finally received an email requesting an interview, I couldn’t have been more excited.

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Hit Your Next Phone Interview Out of the Park

According to recent data, people in the United States spend five hours each day on their mobile phones, with increased screen time in younger demographics.

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