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/ Asked by J.M. S.
Hello and great question! What I typically suggest in this case is to list that time on your resume as "Volunteer." It does help to have formal internship experience but as long as you list your field research experience on your resume as "Volunteer" time, I think that will serve you well. It will s...

/ Asked by Kelcie H.
This may vary from organization to organization and may also vary between hiring groups with a particular organization. Typically I see second or third interviews as more of a meet-and-greet with other members of the team that you'll be hired into but this has been my own personal experience. In you...

/ Asked by Rae H.
Hi there - I'd turn this question around and ask you, how do you feel the director's response was? If you felt it was genuine, then it probably was! From my own personal experience, I don't tell candidates that they'd be an asset to the team unless I truly, honestly mean it. As a recruiter, we never...

/ Asked by jared b.
Hello there! This is a tough one to answer as there are so many factors that affect getting a job and advancing (for example, your resume, your interview skills, your job performance, etc.). I would start with asking yourself where your passions lie and what you're interested in. The only person tha...

/ Asked by Eirene T.
I absolutely love this idea! I agree with the ideas and suggestions from Quest Diagnostics but also want to add - You may want to make sure the video is in a format that is widely used (such as youtube). Another suggestion is that you could upload your standard resume, and within the resume you can ...

/ Asked by Hayley R.
Great question! Definitely a hard one to answer though because this ultimately depends on your desired career path and the company that is hiring. Specialized/niche jobs may require higher education, while other fields may not. Also, while higher education may give you a leg up over recent bachelor&...

/ Asked by Abbi S.
Very good questions. I’ll do my best to answer each of them… The first part of your question (how you can show a company that you’re a critical thinker/good problem-solver) can be addressed by writing a targeted cover letter. Ensure that you’re writing a cover letter specifi...

/ Asked by Taylor C.
I would suggest to start applying for jobs several months prior to graduating. You could even consider to start looking and applying in early 2018. Starting early gives you more time to practice and hone in on your interviewing skills as well as enough time to find the right position. To answer your...

/ Asked by Bethany E.
If your internships varied in title/responsibilities/scope, I would suggest listing each of those internships separately and indicating the timeframe for which you worked in each of those internships. Doing it this way ensures that your resume clearly covers the skills you learned and the duration o...

/ Asked by Cynthia S.
I echo others' suggestions to get in touch with a recruiting/staffing agency to help find you temporary jobs to brush up your skills and expand your network. To add on to this, I would also suggest trying to find a local employment state agency (I believe most states have these types of agencies) as...

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