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Harshitha316 views

As I embark on my job search preparation, I'm utilizing Leetcode to enhance my DSA and coding skills, as well as problem-solving abilities. As many successful job seekers have already walked this path, I'm seeking your guidance on how to effectively utilize Leetcode for enhancing my coding skills and solving challenging interview questions. What strategies or tips can you share to help me make the most of my Leetcode journey?

As a beginner in the job search process, I highly value any guidance or advice you can provide. I'm eager to learn and open to any insights or tips you can share to help me navigate this journey successfully.

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Navya747 views

Salesforce Admin

I have salesforce Admin Certification, but when trying to apply for entry level/ junior roles, they are asking for 2+ years experience in salesforce I have 4 years of experience as a quality analyst and mobile survey scripter in market research org.

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What are some interesting remote jobs that are available right now?

Even with a bachelors degree, looking for a job has been very challenges these past 6 months. I would like to find a job that is remote, interesting, flexible (optional), and allows me to travel while I pursue my dreams. Just want to reiterate that this is a "hope and dream" of mine. Just need some remote job suggestions, maybe even some links to remote jobs that no one knows about right now. I would really appreciate the feedback, resources, and help. Thank you so much. #job-search #job #jobsearch #career #career-counseling #remote #remotejobs #workfromhome #travelingjobs #travel

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Eshan826 views

How does a high school junior with no work experience get a job?

I'm a high school junior trying to find a summer job to enrich my experience . #jobsearch #high-school-jobs

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Deana1218 views

What can I do with an Anthropology degree that is not only Anthropology?

I pursued an Anthropology degree because I thoroughly enjoyed learning the four branches of Anthropology and what they offered within each branch. However, I do not want to pursue a career as an anthropologist. So I was wondering what else could I do with the degree? What career fields out there are very accepting of an Anthropology degree? #career #curious #jobsearch

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tyler391 views

How do I apply for a application

I am a worker at career village and I am searching for a job Please advice! #job #jobsearch

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Tanya689 views

How can I boost my resume?

I have a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering but I don’t have much job experience and I didn’t do internship because my scholarship agreement didn’t allow it. What are some ways I can boost my resume so that I can stand out among applicants? Right now I’m trying to get certified in solid works. What are some other things I can do? #jobsearch #career

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What are some of the careers I can choose? I'm a PR student but don't want to work in an agency.

My major is public relations and I've worked at a couple of agencies that specialize in PR, digital marketing, and advertising. As I gained industry experiences, I realized that agency work is probably not a good fit for me. I do like the creative, fast-paced, everyday-is-not-the-same part of the agency life, but I find myself more drawn to the idea of social justice. In my free time, I always read on and participate in social justice activities. That being said, I'm looking for a profession that's less money-driven, but I'm not privileged enough to not consider money; that's equally as fast-paced as agencies; that provide a sense of fulfillment, knowing that my job is making the world a better place. In addition, if the job welcomes creativity, that'd be perfect. I'm good at relationship building, communication, research, and presentation. Consulting seems to be a glamourous career, but doesn't that require excellent math skills? (I'm not bad at it though, I just don't like it.) I've been feeling lost and helpless since Covid-19, and am getting more and more anxious each day about which career path I should pursue. Your advice is greatly appreciated! #mentoring #publicrelations #career #careerpath #socialjustice #business #consulting #careercounseling #job #jobsearch

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Do you have any job searching advice on how to successfully find a career?

#jobsearch #communicationstudies #collegegrad #career #career-counseling #career-path

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Gabby1037 views

What is the most important quality you look for in a potential employee?

#college #recentlygraduated #jobsearch #communicationstudies

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ricky620 views

im studying eelectrical , what would be the average time for a response from a job that was your main option while you were in jobcorps.

#jobcorps #careers #jobsearch #responsetime

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Michael636 views

What are employers looking for when i come into the welding field?

#business #jobsearch #welding #welder #metal #metalworks

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David735 views

How do you find the right work environment/ place for you?

#jobsearch #career

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Lauren1023 views

Agency or Industry? The ultimate PR question!

I am graduating in May of this year and there is a lot of talk about going into an agency profession or starting out in industry. I know I want to do social media management, but I don't know if I should start out in agency or industry. Is agency as scary and difficult as people say it is? Which career path did you take and would you have done it differently? I will probably end up trying both in my career, but I want to know which one you think would be better for getting the most experience and getting really good at something! #PR #agency #industry #jobsearch #socialmedia #publicrelations

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Rebecca724 views

When should I start applying for jobs?

I'm in a 2 year nursing program, should I apply before I take the NCLEX? Or before I graduate? I know it is competitive. #nursing #student #jobsearch

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