Public Health Graduate Programs: More than Just Nursing

When you think of public health, what immediately comes to mind? Groups of traveling nurses vaccinating small children against devastating diseases, or scientists in laboratories looking at virus outbreaks, trying to figure out ways to quell the spread of disease …

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Use Employee Benefits to Guide Your Job Search (But Not in the Way You Might Think)

If you didn’t catch our previous post about BigLaw employee benefit packages, take a look here. In that post, we outlined “typical” benefits that BigLaw firms offer their associates, and highlighted some very important but often underutilized benefits that can …

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Biggest Post-Covid Workplace Trends and What to Expect in 2023

The Covid-19 pandemic became a catalyst for change in the workplace. Since 2020, change has been the only constant. Various workplace trends have emerged, with large portions of the workforce taking part. Here, we take a look at the most …

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How Career Conscious People Get Ahead

Many people tend to coast through their careers, from the time they leave school or university and get their first job, to the time they retire.

Although they go to work day in and day out and do what they’re …

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5 predictions for 2023 hiring and recruiting trends

Recently, College Recruiter asked CEOs and other industry thought leaders in the hiring sphere for their best predictions for 2023 hiring and recruiting trends. From focusing on creating stronger employer branding to an emphasis on technology and automation in recruitment, …

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5 Ways Entry-Level Employees Can Advocate for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Work

Diversity and inclusion have long been buzzwords that companies parade—often for marketing purposes. But in the past few years, more and more job seekers and employees, particularly millennials and Gen Z, are vetting companies by their diversity and inclusion track …

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Tips for diverse candidates looking to optimize their job search

Finding a job is, more often than not, a lengthy and difficult process. When you’re competing with hundreds of resumes from applicants of different backgrounds, it can be frustrating to say the least. For Black and Indigenous people and people …

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I’m the Head of Early Career Recruiting at Visa. Here’s What We Look For

Brighid Jensen is the global head of university recruiting and early career programs at Visa. Jensen leads global programs and processes to attract, hire, train, and develop diverse, early career talent. She partners with internal and external stakeholders to improve …

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5 Technical Interview Questions for All Careers

Technical interview questions are, unsurprisingly, the main part of a technical interview. They’re the questions that dig deep into your skills and abilities and give you a chance to show in real time what you’re capable of.

While one of …

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Negotiating Beyond Salary | 14 Employee Benefits to Consider

It can seem that salary is to job value what location is to real estate—everything. While salary is, of course, an important factor when you’re considering a job offer, there are other perks to explore, as well.

Remember that compensation …

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