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The ~Job Search~

That’s right. Capital letters. It’s so intimidating, isn’t it? Even just typing this is giving me slight anxiety.

In this post, I’ll be talking a little bit about my post-college first job search and what I learned from it. 1,899 more words

Academics

Will the world end if I don’t get a job soon?

By Gordon Rugg

The short, reassuring answer is no, the world probably won’t end if you don’t get a job soon.

However, if you’re trying to find a job and haven’t found one yet, it can easily feel as if your personal world is closing in around you and about to collapse. 921 more words

Useful Concepts

Life Update

Why hello there internet!
It has been far too long since I last posted something and if I want to be honest I blame it all on being super lazy and just not having a single interesting thought. 471 more words

Kpop

As promised, I’m going to try to crystallize some of the advice I’ve shared with my various readers and correspondence seeking to answer this question:

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Careers

Job offer that seems to be illegitimate

Yesterday, I was about to go out to meet with my friends when my phone rang. I thought it was one of them since I was running late already. 402 more words

sedatedengel reblogged this on sedatedengel and commented:

Jobseekers beware! I received the same phone call two and half years from the time this post was published. lols. It's scary how these people have been able to operate for years. Humans have intuition for this reason. Let's not block these messages from our minds. If you're in doubt, take advantage of the power of the internet and Google whatever you have in hand: numbers, name, time, place, anything! It's always, ALWAYS better to be safe than sorry.

How to choose a career when you don't know what you want to do.

When it comes time for you to choose a career, you will discover that you have a multitude of options. It can be difficult to pick one, especially if you have no idea what you want to do … or if many things appeal to you. 406 more words

Job Hunting

Reading Between the Lines of a Job Ad

When you read a house-for-sale ad, with practice, you can decode that “easy-care-yard” means small or already full of stones and cactus. “Great starter house,” means you should expect to spend a lot fixing it. 273 more words

Employment