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6 Rookie Mistakes When Answering Interview Questions

Congratulations! You’ve landed an interview for what will (hopefully) be your first-ever full-time job. Now only one thing stands between you and that first gig: the ever-important interview. If you don’t have much prior interview experience (or if it’s been a while since you’ve done one), an interview can seem a little intimidating. Whether it’s …

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How to Make Professional Connections in Less Than 2 Minutes

Down with hours long networking events and conferences. Long live speed networking. In our fast-paced world, efficiency and clarity are prized qualities. It’s not much different in the networking world. In fact, efficient networking can help build stronger, more nuanced, longer lasting connections. Here are three tactics for leveraging networking techniques that take less time …

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So What’s An Emergency Fund (And How Do I Get One?)

Ok so, first things first: your savings account is not your emergency savings account. I’ll say it another way: it’s super important to have a basic savings account, but it’s equally as important to have a “hidden stash”—that savings account that’s truly reserved for an unexpected life event. Think: job loss, unexpected car implosion, sudden …

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Grammar Police: 30 of the Most Common Grammatical Errors We All Need to Stop Making

Even after years of education, there are some things that some people still mess up. For me, it’s algebra. For others, it’s the laws of physics. And for many, it’s grammar. It’s not easy. Words and phrases that sound fine in your head can look like gibberish when written down — that is, if you …

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Robert Waldinger: What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness

What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it’s fame and money, you’re not alone – but, according to psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, you’re mistaken. As the director of a 75-year-old study on adult development, Waldinger has unprecedented access to data on true happiness and satisfaction. In this talk, he …

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How the Changing Definition of Careers Impacts Your Talent Attraction and Retention Efforts

Unless companies transition from being job providers to career enablers, their talent management efforts to attract and retain high performers will fall short. The idea of the career as we know it is changing. The workplace of 2016 will stand in stark contrast to that of 1966. For the first time in history, the modern …

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