5 Modern Day Rules for the Workplace

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Whether you have been in the workforce since before email ruled your life or you are starting your professional career, the workplace is an ever-changing dynamic. It doesn’t matter if you are rule-follower or a rule-breaker, here are some rules …

By Mary Michael Hawkins
Mary Michael Hawkins Director, Career & Professional Development
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This CEO’s Trick for Building Stronger Relationships Is So Easy That You Can Pull it Off Too

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If you love learning from successful people, you already know common habits they point to, like:

Waking up earlier
Exercising
Keeping a journal
Rebounding from failure

But there’s another one to add to the list—that I doubt you’ve heard …

By The Daily Muse
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Why I Don’t Regret Leaving Social Work After Going to Grad School for It

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“I’ve always had a lot of questions about the traditional American workforce, the whole 9-5 structure,” Morgan Silverman said frankly, not 10 minutes into our conversation about her intriguing career journey from social worker to real estate agent in less …

By The Daily Muse
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Job interview: what are the proper ways to discuss salary?

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Passing an interview for the job is a nerve-wracking and time-consuming process, but when it comes to discussing a salary, the whole thing becomes even more intense and complex. How should I ask about it? What is the best wording? …

By Alice Berg
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Video: Introduction to Careers in Healthcare

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In an effort to provide my advisees with year-round, 24/7 support in their career development, I have been working on producing more digital content. This video is designed to guide exploring students through resources that focus on career options in …

By Kimberly White
Kimberly White Career Advisor
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7 Simple Ways to Maximize Your Job Search Productivity

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So, you’re out there trying to get your first job. The problem is, since you don’t really have anything in the way of experience, getting a job can be a lot easier said than done. But, you need experience to …

By Jane Hurst
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5 Things I Would Do Differently if I Could Start My Career Again

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My career over the past seven years hasn’t been perfect—in fact, we could all agree that if we had the chance, we’d probably turn back time and do certain things a little bit differently.

Alas, this isn’t possible (otherwise someone …

By The Daily Muse
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Working for a startup

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Many of you reading this post will be considering taking the well-trodden path through grad schemes once you graduate, though many will also be weighing up the possibility of joining a startup. The very word ‘startup’ has become a more …

By Antoni Swidlicki
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Feel Like a Fraud? It’s Probably Imposter Syndrome… 

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Do you ever get performance anxiety doing a task under the watchful eye of someone else?

Do you only really feel like you’re doing well at school or work when you’re receiving positive feedback?

Do you constantly worry about appearing ‘useless’, …

By Indiana West
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Unpack Your Resume to Prep for Interviews: A Storytelling Technique

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Throughout your job search, you’ll be telling stories about your past experience to help hiring managers understand how you’ll likely perform in the job if they hire you. In this post, I’m going to share a trick that can help …

By Kyle Inselman
Kyle Inselman Career Advisor
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