Kate
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/ Asked by Samantha P.
Hi there! This can be a tough spot to be in. If you'd like, on your resume, where you have your current address underneath you could put in italics or with ** something like this: *Relocating to Seattle 8.1.2017* so when your resume is reviewed, the recruiter/manager will see it. 
I'm not sure w...

/ Asked by Justine G.
Hi there! Finding your passion and a job that you'll enjoy can be challenging - don't get frustrated. I recommend networking with folks (through LinkedIn, local chapters, friends of friends, etc) in areas you think you might be interested in. Additionally, you can work with a career coach (can be pr...

/ Asked by Jonathan L.
Wow - this is a tough situation but good! I would definitely take the time to weigh your options. Think about your personal and professional life and what will make you the most happy both personally and professionally. I'd recommend writing (or typing) it out - Pros and Cons and talking with family...

/ Asked by Jessica M.
Great question and the answer is yes! You don't want to add 100s of connections daily, but you want to make the right connections into companies you've research or have applied to jobs. Don't just send a general email that LinkedIn uses as a standard, make yourself standout in 300 words or less of w...

/ Asked by Sam B.
I love the enthusiasm to grow your career! You want to "work your way up the corporate ladder" the correct way, which takes time, hard work, networking, mentoring and patience. To stand out, you need to get your job done and perform well but also take on stretch assignments and do the job before you...

/ Asked by David V.
Such a great mindset you have so early on in your career. Depending on the full-time job, I recommend reaching out to your manager and letting them know how excited you are and if there is anything you could be doing to prepare for the job before you start (example - strengthening your Excel skills)...

/ Asked by Connor P.
This is one of the interviewing questions, no one likes to answer. Employers want to see 1) how you handle tough situations 2) Is your weakness something that can be managed or maybe is even irrelevant to the job. Everyone has at least one weakness (most of us have multiple) so the worst answer to t...

/ Asked by Devin S.
Great question. One page resume is ideal especially so early in your career. If your resume is set up from current employment to last employment and your most relevant experience is at the end or middle - I'd change your resume to have "Relevant Experience" at the top and then "Other Work Experience...

/ Asked by Stephanie W.
What a great question - as this is most likely what many students are asking. If you have a limited network, start growing that network now! If you don't already have a LinkedIn profile, create one and make it professional (keep it about your education, work experience, volunteer, on-campus activiti...

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