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.
Attention, new and soon-to-be grads: It's never too early to begin paying attention to your resume. Read on and learn how to create the key resume sections.
Your resume isn't one-size-fits-all. Create a customized version for each job to increase your chances. Here's how to tailor your resume.
If you're a recent or soon-to-be college graduate entering the job market, these FAQs will answer all your resume questions.
As you're crafting cover letters, creatively accent the positive. Here are some phrases to avoid and how to position a lack of formal experience.
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.
Applying for your first job can be daunting. These six tips will help you create a polished cover letter to boost your chances of success.
Recent college grads can prepare for entry-level job interviews in any industry with this list of typical job interview questions.
Interviewing well requires preparation and practice. Check out our top tips to help you ace your next job interview.
Graduating with a business degree? Whether you're interested in finance or marketing, here's how to hone your search and find a job that's right for you.
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.
Graduating with a psychology degree? Whether you want to be a therapist, professor or counselor, here are tips for finding a position that's the right fit.
Your college likely has a wealth of career resources to help you find a job. Here's where to start on campus, including your career resource center.
Graduation is soon, and it's time to start finding your first job after college. Here's the step-by-step process to find and apply for jobs.
Career planning can be intimidating and there are many factors to consider. Here are the questions college grads should ask when weighing their options.
Networking is key to finding a job. Here are tips for how to network in college using your school resources and social media tools.
Transitioning from student to employee can be difficult. By understanding a few tough truths, you can ease making the transition from college to career.
You graduated from college. Now what? There's lots to consider when you're out on your own. Here's our guide.
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