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Employers especially if you are an internship employer. Here is some information from the National Associate of Colleges and Employers about the student experience of the virtual internships. The news is pretty good…

https://bit.ly/2LdItFM

Unique Skills of Science Students

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Hard Sciences Use More Than Just Hard Skills

When you think of majors that fall in areas such as biology, chemistry, physics, and math, what are the skills that come to mind? Likely, you think of analytical, critical thinking, laboratory …

By Jeanette Hickl
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Liberal Arts Students are Valued and Versatile in the Job Market   

Liberal Arts Students are Valued and Versatile in the Job Market   

Despite being one of the most popular majors at UNT and colleges all across the country, students with Liberal Arts degrees frequently underestimate their career prospects after graduation. Career Services professionals are no strangers to meeting with Liberal Arts students …

By Aaron Anderson
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What Are Micro-Internships?  

What Are Micro-Internships?  

Experience is the name of the game when it comes to landing the job you want fresh out of college. Your academic studies provide a strong foundation upon which to build your career, but employers will want to see evidence …

By Aaron Anderson
Aaron Anderson Internship Specialist Aaron Anderson
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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

You Now Need To Code To Work On Wall Street

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Before retiring from top-tier investment bank Goldman Sachs, Marty Chavez, the firm’s tech evangelist, predicted that it will be as important for traders to know how to code as “writing an English sentence.”
This month, banking giant Citigroup echoed Chavez’s …

By Laura Garza
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Employers: Here Are 3 Reasons Why Candidates Are Ghosting You

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Professional ghosting isn’t a new phenomenon. In fact, employers have been ghosting candidates for decades, long before the term “ghosting” originated. Job seekers can attest to being on the receiving end of forgotten follow-ups or not getting closure to an …

By Laura Garza
Laura Garza Career Coach Laura Garza
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The 15 Fastest-Growing Jobs According To LinkedIn

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LinkedIn, the social network for white-collar professionals, released a report identifying the 15 fastest-growing jobs in the United States.  Harvesting data from its users, the company was able to determine which jobs had the fastest growth rate over the last …

By Laura Garza
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Gen Z Evaluates Going To College Or Getting Important Job-Based Certifications. Why Certain Careers Might Be Better Suited To Certifications

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Remember when your parents told you that getting a good college degree and making a good first impression is key during your career search. That all you needed was a solid, polished resume that showcased your education and internships. While …

By Laura Garza
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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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