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New College Grads and Jobs: It Takes a Village

Author – John Rindy, MPH

In the 1960s and 70s colleges had these wonderful offices called “Placement Offices.” They literally placed new graduates in jobs. So, if you were a few weeks from graduating, you could drop by the Placement Office and, so-to-speak, pick up your first work assignment. 820 more words

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Resumes are not Just about "What I Did."

Author, John Rindy, MPH

Take a look at your resume.  Does it list things that you “have done”?  Organized and led meetings.  Waited tables.  Worked cash register. 385 more words

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Very Basic Dos and Don'ts for LinkedIn

Author – John Rindy, MPH

Generation Y has a tool that I never had at the beginning of my career.  You see, in order to meet other professionals back in the ’80s and ’90s, we had to belong to professional organizations, go to meetings, go to national conferences, pick up the phone and actually call people, and so on.   1,042 more words

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The Four Ps

Author – John Rindy, MPH

You know how you read something on the Internet and then you can’t find it again?  Well this article is a perfect example of this.   819 more words

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Determine Exactly What The Future Holds For Your Career

Author, John Rindy, MPH

I really do not like stringing people along, so I am going to be upfront right here, right now, in the first paragraph.  948 more words

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