Career goals should not be formed in isolation. You must take into account all of your responsibilities, and be sure to account for your own well-being. This includes physical and mental health.
Employers are nudging up their initial hiring projections for this year’s college class as they now plan to hire 9.6 percent more new graduates from the Class of 2015 than they did from the Class of 2014.
When it comes to a job seeker’s skills/qualities, employers are looking for team players who can solve problems, organize their work, and communicate effectively, according to employers who responded to NACE’s Job Outlook 2014 survey. Employers who interview and hire new college graduates were asked to rank a job candidate’s desired skills and qualities. Employers rated seven of 10 qualities as “very important”; three were rated “somewhat important.”
Learning, confirming, impressing, and positioning. When you take an internship, these should be four of your goals.
Where will you be in four years? Will you be ready to join the work force? Here's a timeline to guide your progress.
The best way to explore a potential career choice is by speaking with and/or following someone who works in that career.
The majority of civilian recruiters are searching resume databases using civilian keywords. Increase your chances of getting a recruiter’s phone call by learning how to “de-militarized” your resume.
Welcome new students! Just going to class and picking up your diploma after four years doesn't cut it. Control your career destiny!
A new website where students and recent graduates can ask questions about job searching and get answers directly from experienced recruiting professionals at America’s top employers.
One of our career peers follows some advise he read in our Career Manual on the importance of the "informational interview", and when opportunity knocked he opened the door to some fortuitous results.