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I love goal setting because it gives me the chance to plan and something to chase. My two favourite obsessives. After I qualified last year my mind went straight to what can be done next year. 949 more words

Triathlon Training

Week one on the job, an employer’s view

With job offer in hand and a new adventure on the horizon, cautions need to be taken to ensure your first week on the job (typically the most important) portrays not only that you are the right candidate but also that the hiring manager does not second guess his or her selection. 524 more words

Career Development

My Winter Reading List II

I hope you all are staying motivated and warm this winter. This Polar Vortex is insane. I like to keep my mind off the cold with a good book and some tea. 149 more words

Careers

Seasonal to Permanent Employ

Over the past few weeks I’ve received multiple follow-up inquiries about the best way(s) to gain permanent employment after accepting a seasonal position.

First of all, glad many are serious about their career progression and are working during the holiday season. 631 more words

Education Career Services

Cross Country Career: Cover Letter Construction

Our last discussion concluded with: “The cover letter hooks the reader by giving him/her a reason to continue and consider you as a potential candidate; 679 more words

Career Development

Cross Country Career: To go or stay?

Continuing from our previous cross country top three considerations, it’s time to evaluate emotional specifics and locate/resolve potential psychological/financial dissonance. I know you were expecting cover letter and resume tips this time but going there may be a bit premature. 725 more words

Career Development

Fall Reading List

Fall is here and it’s time for me to share my Fall Reading List. This past summer I have been reading inspirational books and this fall I decided to check out some career and professional focused books. 156 more words

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