Gender Inequality: The Worst Offenders by Country

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Whilst the world has come a long way with sexual quality in recent years, there is still a lot of work to be done before we can close the gap. The recent Google backlash shows that even the most forward …

By Morgan Franklin
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Taking a Mindful Minute this Holiday Season

A woman holding a sparkler in the snow.

No matter which holidays you celebrate in the wintertime, if any, you might feel an increase in stress this time of year. With final exams at school, coworkers out of the office, a slow job search season, family and friends …

By Kyle Inselman
Kyle Inselman Career Advisor Kyle Inselman
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Women Outnumber Men in Small Business Ownership


It may surprise you to learn that of new businesses formed, a majority of them are women-owned. According to an April 2017 article, while national new-business formation rates were at 9% in 2016, a whopping 45% were women-owned businesses! …

By Grace Goodman
Grace Goodman Assistant Director, Alumni Career & Professional Development Grace Goodman
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Video: Introduction to Careers in Healthcare


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 Kimberly White
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Graphic Design Resume: Failure or the Right Way to Get Hired


Resume Do’s and Don’ts

With the job market as competing as it is now, job seekers are tweaking their resumes to make them more appealing to recruiters and HR managers. There are some excellent ways to make your resume stand …

By Alice Berg
Alice Berg
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