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3 Tips for Networking Event Success

by Natalie Fisher | August 22, 2019

It’s important to network if you want to advance your career, but networking—especially at networking events—can be anxiety-inducing and intimidating. So here's some advice that will help you get what you need out of your next networking event.

Not Just a Job Search: Developing Your Future Network

by Mike Gotham, Director of Recruiting & Retention, Perkins Coie LLP, and Shelley Levine, Senior Attorney Recruiting Manager, Perkins Coie LLP | August 12, 2019

Summer associate recruiting is not an isolated activity—the legal community is small in many cities, and it is likely you will cross paths in the future with those you meet during summer recruiting. Check out these tips on maximizing this opportunity to develop your professional network.

Tips for Navigating the Job Search Process in the Age of AI

by Greg Miller | July 07, 2019

Artificial intelligence is everywhere—especially on the job hunt. From application to offer, we've got advice on how to make sure even the machines know you're the best candidate for the job.

The 4 Simple Behaviors that Turn Ordinary People Into CEOs, According to Researchers

by Leah Thomas via Fairygodboss | July 02, 2019

Think you can never become a CEO? Think again, say the authors of The CEO Next Door. Here are four traits that can help people become the CEO they’ve always wanted to be.

Three Types of Stories Every Leader Should Master

by Harrison Monarth | June 25, 2019

The fact that people react strongly to stories should motivate business leaders to develop their storytelling skills. Here are three stories every leader should master.

7 Ways To Find Job Openings Without Using Job Boards

by Lisa Rangel | June 17, 2019

Spending most of your job-search time on job boards is an addictive, time suck spiral. Here's how to find openings outside of job boards.

4 Easy Ways to Keep Up with Current Events and Grow Your Global Fluency

by Rachel Halpern | June 13, 2019

Here are tips for how to stay up to date on current events, increase your global fluency, and better position yourself to impress future employers.

4 Options for International Students Who Don’t Win the H-1B Visa Lottery

by Marcelo Barros | June 13, 2019

This year, thousands of international students across the U.S. will not receive H-1B visas. However, all is not lost for students who receive bad news from the H-1B visa lottery. Here are a few options unlucky international students can consider to try to keep their jobs.

This Trick Will Help You Gain Will Power and Get a New Job

by Derek Loosvelt | June 12, 2019

If you want a new job but are having trouble getting motivated to do all that's needed to succeed in your search, you'll want to try this "trick."

9 Trite Phrases to Stop Using in Work Emails (and What to Use Instead)

by Mardi Humphreys via Fairygodboss | June 10, 2019

It’s hard to write original, authentic, and cordial work emails, but easy to use overused, insincere phrases. Here are nine trite phrases to eliminate from your emails—and why you need to cut them out.

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