Recent graduates of all levels (and soon-to-be graduates) can find advice on kick-starting their careers, with guidance on resumes, cover letters, interviewing and much more.
Your degree and experiences can help you create an entry-level biology resume. Translate your accomplishments into your first biology job.
Without direct experience in psychology, you can use your education and experiences to create a psychology resume that will catch a hiring manager's eye.
With so many students entering the job market, your resume needs to stand out. Using action verbs for a resume can be the difference.
Your first business graduate cover letter must demonstrate that you're an ambitious and skilled candidate. Here's how you should write yours.
As a new college grad, you have many skills to bring to your career. Here's how to highlight the skills you gained in school in your cover letter.
Here's how to create an entry-level psychology cover letter you'll be proud to submit, packed with relevant experience that demonstrates your skills.
At your first job interview as a psychology grad, you'll face field-specific questions and some traditional questions. Here are 10 to get you started.
The company you work for is as important as the position itself. Here's how to research a company (and its competitors) during your job search.
Video interviews are common and can add complexity and anxiety to finding your first job. Here are some tips on preparing for your first video interview.
Not sure how to find a job as a biology major? This guide will give you tips on the best approach to finding the right biology job for you.
Read our guide to finding a job with your psychology degree, including networking tips and advice on writing an awesome resume and cover letter.
You completed your degree - now what? Read our guide to business jobs, networking and writing an awesome resume and cover letter.
To become a research assistant, you'll need intellectual curiosity, detail orientation and data savvy. Here's how to find a research assistant job.
Your hard work doesn't stop with earning your first job out of college. Here's how to successfully approach your first days in the workforce.
Wondering how to become a social media manager? Use these five tips to leverage your skills in creative thinking, writing, multitasking and analysis.
Many recent grads find jobs quickly; others choose different paths. Try one of these alternatives to a regular job if you're unsure of what comes next.
Budgeting time to job hunt in college is hard. This guide to how to get your first job shows what to do monthly as a senior to get a first job you love.
These four salary negotiation tips for new grads can help you land a salary you're happy with, even if you have no experience talking numbers.
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