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You might not be a star at physics, geometry, or history but the good news is you can find a job where you never have to use those subjects again. Instead of being hyper-focused on your weaknesses, hone in on the things that are brag-worthy.
Listen to an excerpt of “Transitioning to a Career in Global Development: Where You Fit In” to better understand why this field is so challenging.
Whether you are working in anti-poverty programs, environmental justice, or social policies, the work can be grueling and can lead to burnout. You need to make sure that financial concerns don’t create an obstacle to making a difference through your career. Salary negotiation preparation is an important yet often-neglected part of the job search strategy.
Resume writing has a rich history. In fact, it is Leonardo Da Vinci, himself, who is credited with writing the first resume, in the form of […]
In the fourth episode of Opportunity Knock$, Lauren and Jarred grapple with a common dilemma of parenthood: how can you be an engaged parent and a […]
A new year brings with it another chance to write a new chapter in this book called life. The last few years have been challenging but […]
Using Your Biological Clock to Design Your Career Do you know your Chronotype? How do you figure it out and use it to your advantage? Are […]
An infographic describing the full history of CV. Here you may study how did the resume risen and who had used it the first time and how today we are using it.
How do you prepare a resume that stands out? What does it take to get your resume shortlisted for the interview?