What to Ask During a Networking Interview

Networking is a critical component of your legal job search. Each professional connection you make is an opportunity for mentorship and potentially the foundation of a future job, so it's important to keep cultivating these relationships no matter what stage of the job search you’re …

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How Long Should Your Resume Be?

Your resume is the most important tool you have in your job-seeking arsenal. It gives potential employers a detailed look at your education, work history, skills, and achievements. In certain cases, your resume might also include additional information about any …

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How to Answer, ‘Tell Me About Yourself’

The “tell me about yourself” interview question is more of a statement than a question. But, when you hear it, you know what comes next: it’s time to tell the interviewer all about you. 

In some respects, this interview question …

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4 Ways to Support Your Transgender Colleagues, During and After Pride

This year’s Pride Month is a bittersweet one, perfectly captured by the chosen theme: Peace, Love, Revolution. At the time of writing this, the ACLU is tracking more than 490 anti-LGBTQ+ laws on the dockets of nearly all state legislatures, …

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8 best jobs for women interested in working for TA tech companies

As the founder of talent acquisition technology (TA tech) company, College Recruiter, I’m often struck by how very male-dominated is this industry. Our CEO, Faith Rothberg, is a woman and she’s not unique in a role like that in our …

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Bridging the Military to Civilian Hiring Gap

There are ways that both military job seekers and employers can appeal to one another when it comes to hiring.  The following post offers advice for each side to make a favorable impression on the other.

What can job seekers …

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5 Ways to Create an Accessible Work Environment

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 1.3 billion people have some form of a disability — that’s equal to 16% of the world’s population. But even with laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits …

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How does the rapid adoption of AI by recruitment technology providers impact the advice college career service offices provide to students?

Last week, I had the good fortune to be a panelist for an event hosted by Elmhurst College in Elmhurst, Illinois. The roughly two dozen attendees were mostly college career service office professionals who were members of the Chicago Career …

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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Self-Awareness for Executive Job Transitions: Understanding Your Strengths and Weaknesses

To be a successful leader, it’s important to be able to evaluate yourself accurately.

You are likely called on to assess what your team members do well and what they need to tweak, but oftentimes, you may not have anyone …

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Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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Embracing the Non-Traditional | An Interview With An Idealist

We think it’s time to introduce you to a few more members of the Idealist family and give you an opportunity to learn from (and ask questions about!) their unique professional, academic, and personal journeys through the social-impact space. 

That’s …

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