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How to Stay Chill Before An Interview: Karen Cecilio's Advice

Karen Cecilio knows an interview is stressful for a job-seeker. Read her advice on successfully preparing your emotions and your outfit.

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Design an Awesome Life Instead of Following your Passion

You can find and do what you’re passionate about and make a living doing something meaningful without assuming they all have to be wrapped up in one. We call this designing your life.

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Frenzied Activity vs. Momentum in Your Job Search

Doing a bunch of random, job-search activities may feel better than doing nothing, but it won't move you closer to your career goal.

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What to Consider Before Quitting Your Job

When you’re in a job you hate, it’s very tempting to quit even before you have something else lined up. Here's what to consider first:

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The importance of a clear framework when choosing a career

If you target a company or industry before discovery your desired job elements, you will limit opportunities and lengthen your search time.

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Is it OK to consider another offer soon after you start a job?

What if your second choice employer offers a job after you've started another job? Should you consider the offer from your first choice?

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How You Can Assess a Company’s Culture

Company culture is “the way we do things around here.” Here are some tips for how you can assess an office culture during your job search.

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What if you're last year's graduate in this year's job search?

Instead of wasting your time; shift your job search to start with discovering important information about what makes you happy.

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Does Your Career Spark Joy? Take the QUIZ….

The question - "Does it spark joy?" - can be just as useful when considering your career as it can be when thinking about your possessions.

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Be Intentional about Your Career

Reflecting on your desires and methodically researching possibilities allows you to be both true to your values AND have more opportunities.

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Before You Get Your Heart Set on a Job, Research the Market Need

Too much reflection can set up unrealistic job expectations. Instead, define market need, so you can find companies that might hire you.

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