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Adulting 101: Asking the right questions

Let us get back to our interview scenario, yeah? You are sitting in the room with your interviewer, looking like a perfect model of a young business professional. Your clothes are wrinkle-free, appropriate and flattering, and you have been nailing every question the interviewer has asked. Things are going great. ...

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Adulting 101: Dressing the part (for women)

So, get this. I’m scrolling through Facebook the other day, and one of my friends posted about an interview she attended. It talked about how she showed up for the interview (in completely professional attire) but one of the other applicants did not. Now, it wasn’t for a super high-powered ...

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Adulting 101: Let’s talk about LinkedIn

LinkedIn – chances are, you’ve heard about it by now. Whether it’s a professor encouraging you to get one or a friend bragging about how theirs is totally awesome, it’s probably come up at least once in a conversation. But somehow you still don’t know what it is, right? Or, ...

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Adulting 101: The Backup Plan

So, originally, I had planned to meet with Career Services this week and then write an article about what information should go in a resume, or something of that nature. That, however, didn’t happen. The thing about planning ahead is that you have to plan for something to go wrong. ...

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Adulting 101: Step away from the Netflix

Before we begin the magical journey of transitioning from a dorm room to a board room, we need to have a little bit of real talk. Now, I know most of us don’t want to admit that this is a problem, but it is. There are many contributing factors in ...

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