11 Great Jobs for J-School Grads—Whether or Not You Want to Stay in Journalism

With a degree in journalism, you can pursue a noble profession that’s essential to a healthy democracy and gets a shout-out in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. But beyond the necessity of a free press—it’s also a fascinating, …

By Sondra Wolfer - The Muse
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What Are Technical Skills and How Should You Include Them On Your Resume? (Plus a List of Examples)

Whether or not you can do a job—and whether or not you can land that job—often depends on your technical skills. Technical skills are a subset of hard skills, which are the knowledge or abilities needed to perform specific tasks. …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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9 Jobs for Computer Science Majors—You Don’t Have to Be a Software Engineer

As companies clamor for people with programming skills, it’s no surprise that computer science has become a popular major at many universities. But coding isn’t the only skill you develop when you study CS, and a computer science degree doesn’t …

By Lily Zhang - The Muse
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The (Simple) Guidelines You Should Follow When Naming Your Resume and Cover Letter Files

When you’re first creating a document—even an important one like your resume or cover letter—you might give it a placeholder file name while you’re working on it. So if you’re job searching, you probably have at least one document named …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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Here’s What You Should—and Shouldn’t—Capitalize on Your Resume

As a career coach, I’ve worked alongside recruiters and heard their complaints as they review resumes. I remember one squinting at the screen as she tried to read a resume with tiny font, and another telling me she doesn’t even …

By Leto Papadopoulos - The Muse
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7 Questions to Ask Yourself That Are More Important Than “What’s My Passion?”

If you’re a millennial or a Gen Z’er, you’ve probably been taught that the key element to choosing a career involves “discovering your passions.” Perhaps a counselor, teacher, or parent has even told you that “if you love what you …

By Taylor Tobin via Fairygodboss - Vault
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A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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Why high school and college students should volunteer

In addition to the benefits to society and the personal well-being of the person who volunteers, there are also tangible career benefits when you volunteer. You get experience and are able to communicate to prospective employers that you have a …

By Steven Rothberg - College Recruiter
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To Repress or Not to Repress One’s Culture

https://lemonly.com/work/latinos-work-infographic

An infographic about a recent study exploring the pros and cons of repressing one’s Latinx culture in the workplace.

By Ramon Garcia
Ramon Garcia Graduate Assistant
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The Latina Experience

https://www.catalyst.org/2020/11/02/latinx-womens-stories/

Read a collection of stories about what the Latina experience is like in corporate America.

By Ramon Garcia
Ramon Garcia Graduate Assistant
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Authenticity at Work

https://blog.powertofly.com/tips-authentic-self-work-latinx

Karli Henriquez, Senior Manager of Artist Relations at SoundCloud, offers 3 tips on how to bring your authentic self to work.

By Ramon Garcia
Ramon Garcia Graduate Assistant
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