Professional Language: Sometimes it’s Hip to Be Square

Plenty of advice exists to help you write the perfect resume, cover letter, or other job search document. They’ll tell you what to put where and in what order. You can find a hundred articles to teach you all about keywords, experience sections, and achievement lists. This advice, if it’s solid, does give you a leg up on the competition. Professional writing, however, is about more than just using the proper format and pleasing the applicant tracking system. To truly stand above, you need to use professional language. … More Professional Language: Sometimes it’s Hip to Be Square

How to Be Proactive About Student Debt Even BEFORE Graduation

It’s that time of year again. Summer is winding down. Vacations are coming to an end. And millions of American college students are venturing forth toward new experiences, advanced learning, and… increasing student debt. Here are five tips to proactively manage student debt while you’re still in school. … More How to Be Proactive About Student Debt Even BEFORE Graduation

4 Reasons Digital Natives are Born Ready to Compete Globally

Millennials are the first generation with full access to the ever-expanding, global business community. Technologies from social media and online networking, to video-teleconferencing and virtual collaboration tools, give young professionals an advantage that previous generations did not so readily enjoy: a job search without geographical limits. … More 4 Reasons Digital Natives are Born Ready to Compete Globally