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4 Ways to Give Back After Graduation

by Stephan Maldonado | May 21, 2019

Billionaire Robert F. Smith announced on Sunday that he'll pay off the student debt for Morehouse's Class of 2019. In that spirit, let's explore how we can all give back.

9 Tips for Young Women Entering the Workforce

by Rene Banglesdorf | May 17, 2019

Graduation season is upon us, and a new generation of women will be entering the working world. We've got some tips for navigating that first job.

5 Tips for Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

by Stephan Maldonado | May 17, 2019

Imposter syndrome is more than self-doubt; it's the persistent and self-sabotaging feeling of being a fraud. Here are five ways to overcome imposter syndrome.

This Counterintuitive Interview Tip Can Fast-Track Your Career

by Vault Careers | May 14, 2019

This unconventional advice from a famous businesswoman turned TV personality can change the way you interview and quickly boost your career.

HR Experts Weigh In on the Best Employee Benefits & Perks [Slideshow]

by BambooHR | May 14, 2019

The idea that employees who are treated better perform better is gaining momentum in many industries. See the employee benefits HR experts say are the most important.

Why It's Never Too Late to Change Your Career

by Colina and Hripsime Demirdjian, co-founders of Moji Edit | May 08, 2019

Find out how and why two former law school students (who are twin sisters) jumped off their legal career paths to become tech entrepreneurs.

5 Ways to Show Your Professors You Appreciate Them

by Kaitlin McManus | May 07, 2019

It's Teacher Appreciation Week—so make sure you show your professors you're grateful for all they do! We've got advice on going above and beyond an apple on the desk.

Why You Should Include Your Interests on Your Resume

by Kaitlin McManus | April 26, 2019

Plenty of people will tell you not to list your hobbies on your resume—and we respectfully disagree. Here's why.

4 Ways to Get Leadership Experience as a Student

by Kaitlin McManus | April 23, 2019

Most jobs require some kind of leadership experience—but how are you supposed to get it in the first place? Here we cover some ways students can prepare to lead the pack.

Is the Rise in H-1B Petitions from U.S. Employers a Good Sign for International Students?

by Derek Loosvelt | April 19, 2019

This year, U.S. companies petitioned the government for 6 percent more H-1B visas than last year. Here, we address all the implications of the significant increase.

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