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What Strategies Can Be Done to Improve Sources I Know?

What I am trying to say, is that I need to know a many people as possible to improve my knowledge of my career and majoring in Communications and Political Sciences, and the way to come in contact with these individuals who have experience in this field. Where should I begin and what...

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How to stand out to employers

What are some things you can do in college to stand out to an employer after you're done with college and looking for a career....

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Haley Anderson | Manager at PwC Manuel, This is a great question! Employers look for different characteristics ...

How do I start looking for internships?

I am hoping to do some internships for music next summer, I know it is early, but I do not know where to begin. I am only the second person in my family to do college and get a career they love so I need some advice....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:24

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Racquel Scott | Master Resume Writer and Career Consultant I award you for being the first in your family to ...

How common is it for public relations specialists to move from different organizations during their career?

A public relations specialist visited one of my classes to provide students a glimpse into his career life. One of the details I took notice was how much he moved from organization to organization after a few years. All my life, I was raised to believe in the notion of working at one...

#public-relations #career-advice #sjsu

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Active Apr 16 at 06:56

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Posted by Kevin T.
Raven Quinones | Tutor at Varsity Tutors Kevin,It isn't unusual in any profession to not remain at one ...

I'm Massively overwhelmed with my future plans.

Is there anyone I can talk to? #college-advice #career-advice...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:51

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Posted by Jordan C.
Arneel Jana | Assistant Principal Thelma Jones Elementary MISD Overwhelmed is not a good feeling, however, thinking and planning for ...

Is it true that curlier hair and cultural hairstyles are looked down upon in a professional setting? Is straighter hair preferred or is this a myth?

People can manipulate their hair in many ways i.e dread locs, braids, kinky twist, afro ranging in multitudes of curls, etc. Working, in many cases, means being professional. This alludes to the concept of being groomed (good hygiene, tidy appearance). There is this notion that hair that is not...

#job-coaching #professional-training #job-search #career-advice

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Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Wanita, The underlying question to your question is, "Is there racism ...

What careers are there involving genetics?

I am a high school senior wanting to pursue a career in biology, involving genetics, but I don't have a good idea to what careers are out there. Are there any good career opportunities out there for someone who is interested in genetics? #medicine #genetics #career-advice...

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Active Feb 18 at 23:50

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erinn e. | Medical School Advising / Higher Education Hey Samara, below is some information I hope you will find ...

If your indecisive on what you want to be when your an adult how is the best way for you to really know?

As I was going throught my hign school years more ideas on how I wanted to help the environment and us as humans kept coming to my mind. However, as time went by I found myself lock down with two many options and not being able which to choose. Yes, many people haved told me to worry about this...

#career-counseling #career-development #career-advice #career-choice

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Posted by Mcdhellyne E.
Morgan Taylor | Associate at PwC I suggest that you think about what qualities you personally excel ...

How do I know what sort of job suits me?

I'm not sure if I'd fit best into a sit down job or one with lots of hustle, I do well in school sitting down all day but I also excel in work that has me up and moving #job-search-strategies #career-advice #career-counseling...

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Active Apr 30 at 23:45

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Posted by Kat B.
erinn e. | Medical School Advising / Higher Education Hey Kat, sounds like you need to do some soul searching ...

What if your dream job doesn't turn out to be a dream?

I am in my second year of college, and I still don't know what career path I would like to go down. I have several things that I am passionate about (music, animals, art, psychology, public relations, etc.), but I am worried that if I choose one, it will be the wrong one. I'm afraid of entering...

#career-path #rightcareerpath #dreamjob #career-advice

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Active Apr 13 at 19:18

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Posted by Sydney K.
Joe Notter | Professional RAN Engineer at AT&T Mobility I think a lot of us wonder about if we'll pick ...

Any advice for an aspiring robotics programmer?

It is my aspiration to program robots and I was just looking for any career advice when reaching for this aspiration of mine. I have six universities in mind where I can work and study for the field of Robotics. I was just looking for any advice that I might need to know when I do plan on...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:42

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Posted by Gloria S.
Joel Goering | Data Engineer at Seaboard Foods I'm not sure if you're still in high school or not, ...
Shana Kapustin | Senior Director, Human Resources & Talent Acquisition at ... Hi Issaih. If your school has a guidance counsellor or career ...

Is it better to get a biology degree for undergraduate study and then mechanical engineering degree for graduate study or simply getting a biomedical engineering degree if you are seeking employment in the biomedical field?

I'm asking because from what I have researched it seems that mechanical engineers can become biomedical engineers, despite not directly studying in the field of biomedical engineering and since mechanical engineering has a variety of job opportunities I thought it would be good to have...

#career #biology #engineering #career-advice #biomedical-engineering

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Spruce Cox | Retired Aerospace Engineer and Rocket Scientist Osama,Very good question. I appreciate where you’re coming from – you’d ...

What's the biggest thing you wish you would have known starting nurse practitioner school?

I start an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program at University of Cincinnati in the fall and am just looking for some advice. Thanks in advance! #acute-care #nursepractitionerschool #nurse-practitioner #career-advice...

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Active May 08 at 21:42

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Posted by Crystal W.
Diana Sprinkle | APRN AGNP MSN NP-C I feel one of the biggest things is to treat each ...

If you had another chance, what would you change?

When talking about college, I always hear people say "I wish I would have. . ." or "I probably should have. . ." I'd like to get the most out of my time in college and not waste a single minute. If you had another chance, what would you change? #college #college-advice #career-advice...

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Posted by Kyle H.
John Cline | Channels Specialist at Google Kyle, Universities are incredible resources for academic learning, but equally for ...

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