Dr. Brian Hirsch

Senior Associate Director; Career Coach for Accounting and Professional Selling plus all RCOB graduate students and alumni

Dr. Brian Hirsch

Brian Hirsch is the Senior Associate Director and supports the G. Brint Ryan College of Business. Brian earned an Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi, a M.Ed. in College Counseling and Student Personnel Administration from Southern Mississippi University, and a B.S. in Zoology from LA Tech. He likes helping UNT students because they are very coachable, they are very hard workers, and they care about what they do when they go out into the “world.” When he is not at UNT, he enjoys reading and hanging out with his family. The best piece of advice he received was “You need to learn to laugh at yourself.” He has been described as dedicated, focused, and a learner.

Want to find out more about how Brian can help you? His office is located in the Business Leadership Building – BLB 037. Current undergraduate and graduate students can schedule an appointment through Navigate, and alumni can schedule an appointment through Handshake.

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Is there a hidden job market? Read On…

https://bit.ly/31pThX9

Is Your Glass Half-Empty or Half-Full

Is Your glass half empty or half full

Some Thoughts:

Half-Empty:  No one is recruiting right now. If they are it’s not in the right industry.  If they are, it’s not the “right” job.

Half-full:  There are a lot of organizations recruiting. Some are in unexpected industries. It is …

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Dr. Brian Hirsch Senior Associate Director; Career Coach for Accounting and Professional Selling plus all RCOB graduate students and alumni Dr. Brian Hirsch
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The Wall Street Journal has a “Who’s Hiring” page. It looks pretty helpful. https://www.wsj.com/graphics/whos-hiring-whos-firing-how-firms-are-reacting-to-coronavirus/?mod=theme_coronavirus-ribbon

https://on.wsj.com/2RWuGUw

The Difference Between Furloughs and Layoffs

The Difference Between Furloughs and Layoffs

As we move forward  with job search or career planning you may be asking what is going on with more experienced workers who have been furloughed or laid-off.  Here is some feedback from a UNT Faculty member Dr. Julie Hancock …

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Dr. Brian Hirsch Senior Associate Director; Career Coach for Accounting and Professional Selling plus all RCOB graduate students and alumni Dr. Brian Hirsch
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Resource Update Via Handshake

Resource Update Via Handshake

Our partners at Handshake have recently create a resource with a number of services (not provided by Handshake) available to maybe make life a little easier during these crazy times.  See the link https://learn.joinhandshake.com/students/free-services-for-college-students-covid-19/

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Dr. Brian Hirsch Senior Associate Director; Career Coach for Accounting and Professional Selling plus all RCOB graduate students and alumni Dr. Brian Hirsch
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Great Article from Forbes: How Soon-To-Be College Graduates Can Job Hunt During The Coronavirus Outbreak

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Really good advice.  Keep moving forward….https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackkelly/2020/03/10/how-recent-college-graduates-can-successfully-interview-in-a-covid-19-world/#237f24d21cd2

 

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Dr. Brian Hirsch Senior Associate Director; Career Coach for Accounting and Professional Selling plus all RCOB graduate students and alumni Dr. Brian Hirsch
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Investing in the Workforce of the Future. Interesting insights from the Middle Market Business Index Survey.

https://rsm.us/2OQpQ92
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Schneider Internship Program Named One of the Best in the United States
Vault names company to 100 Best Internships and 30 Best Internships for Diversity lists

http://bit.ly/2PUjZSi
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Avoid these questions in an interview

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LinkedIn. Best time of year, Best day to apply for jobs. https://www.forbes.com/sites/robinryan/2019/10/08/linkedin-reveals-the-best-day-to-apply-for-a-job/#6e1973074bd5

http://bit.ly/2VzCQmt