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What I Learned as a Pongo Intern
As a soon-to-be junior at UMass Amherst and a business student in the Isenberg School of Management, I have definitely felt the pressure of nailing a great summer internship to start building a solid foundation for not only my resume, but my future. Fortunately, I had the opportunity to intern at Pongo Resume for the past two summers and gained some incredible experience. Looking back now, I learned so much more than I imagined.
5 Things Nobody Tells You about the Working World
If you're about to graduate from college, or recently got your degree, you're likely about to enter the working world. And there are lessons you can only learn when you get your first job and take the first step into your career. Here are five things to keep in mind during that transition.
16 Job Search Posts for Recent College Grads
Just graduated from college? Still looking for your first post-college job? We've got just the resources you need to complete the transition from campus to career as we end our Graduation 2010: Now What? promotion.
Once You've Got the Job, Start Managing Your Career
If you just graduated from college, you've probably been focusing your energy on your job search, and not on where you'd like to be in your career in 5, 10, 20, or even 40 years. But after you land that first job is a good time to start managing your career.
Rerun: What Counts as Experience on a New Grad's Resume
If you took advantage of an internship during your college years, you've already got something great to list under the Experience section of your first professional resume. But what if you don't have an internship to vouch for your experience? Fear not! Here are a few things you can add to your resume that count as experience.
New Grads: Survival Tips for Day 1 of Your First Job
The positive feeling you get when you accept a job offer falls somewhere between relief and euphoria. If you're a new college graduate and still looking for that first full-time job, you may experience both. But you'll also have to adjust to a different lifestyle, starting on Day 1 at the new job. Here are five survival tips for that first day.
Focus Your Resume on the Employer's Needs
If you graduated from college within the last month, submitted resumes, and received just a couple of nibbles in response, you're probably getting a little antsy. Maybe it's time to look at your resume Objective again and think of ways to improve it to persuade more employers to contact you.
7 Ways a New Grad Can Stand Out in the Job Market
Everyone knows the job market is very competitive today. Employers are flooded with resumes, and many college graduates aren't doing all they can to make themselves stand out. So, here are seven ways you, the college graduate, can stand out and get called in for an interview.
A Lesson in Perseverance from an '09 Graduate
You may be doing all the right things in your first post-graduate job search: customizing your resume for each job ad you answer, networking every day, refining and rehearsing your answers to interview questions. But if you're discouraged and still looking, look at this 5-minute video from CNNMoney.com that profiles a 2009 college graduate who's underemployed.
New Grads: Don't Wait to Start a Retirement Fund
If you're still looking for that first job after graduation, saving for retirement may be the last thing you want to think about. But, it's actually one of the best things you can do for your future finances, even if you'll want to spend every penny of your first few paychecks and know you won't be retiring for four more decades.
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