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How to Succeed In Your First Job After College

All that hard work has paid off. You finally have a job lined up! Congratulations!

But before you embark on your new career, you might want to take a moment to ask yourself whether you’re ready to fill in that position and be seen as a valuable employee. 256 more words

Job Candidates

It's Time To Start Being On Time

I think we’ve all been on both sides of the timeliness spectrum. I’ve spent plenty of days waiting around for someone to show up to an appointment or get together. 144 more words


Things You Should Do To Get Hired Fast

As a job seeker, you have probably heard or read a few tips on how to impress an employer or a hiring manager – dressing appropriately, coming on time, good eye contact, firm handshake and the list goes on. 325 more words

Finding A Job

The Student I See My Old Self In

I’ve been meaning to write about this for a while now. In part I haven’t because I’ve been so busy – school, NaNoWriMo, all my various activities and hobbies – and in part because it paints me in a negative light. 934 more words

College Experience

How to Start Being on Time

In September of last year, I landed a new job. It had great benefits, great pay, and was convenient to commute to. The catch? I’d be starting work at 5am daily. 744 more words

Be On Time


1. Spring it forward one hour and end up two hours early.
2. Forget to fall it back an hour and end up one hour early. 22 more words


The Importance of Punctuality

This seems like a no-brainer, but after seeing two students lose their spot in class because of their late arrival to lab, I figured it should be addressed. 490 more words

College Experience