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By Addye Buckley-Burnell, Ph.D.
Addye Buckley-Burnell, Ph.D. Associate VP/Executive Director of the Center for Career & Professional Development
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A Guide to Juggling Multiple Job Offers and Coming Out on Top

For those who have never had more than one job offer in hand simultaneously (or an offer and an interview process rolling), this topic alone may make you roll your eyes. Because, come on, who doesn’t want to have multiple suitors clamoring for you? Please.

By Kimberly Steele
Kimberly Steele
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Ask the Expert: How Do You Write a Resume for a Full-Time Professor Position?

Question: How do you write a resume for a full-time professor position? I’m about to finish my Ph.D. and have industry experience and taught college for years, but I’m unsure what universities are most interested in seeing on a CV or resume.

By Christa Kondraciuk
Christa Kondraciuk Career Coach
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Embrace the Leap: Strategies for a Successful Career Transition

Career transitions are pivotal in our professional journeys, allowing us to realign our work with our evolving goals and passions. Whether seeking greater fulfillment, a new challenge, or a better work-life balance, changing careers can lead to significant personal and …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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How To Reject A Job Offer Without Burning Bridges

Getting a job offer is worth celebrating, but not all the time. The employer may decide to post you in an unfavorable location or offer a salary that doesn’t meet your expectations. You may also get a better job while …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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Dealing with Burnout on the Job Search

Thoughts like these can be common when you’re trying to balance school, work, family, friends, and a job search all at once. It may be normal to question whether all the resumes you’re creating and job applications you’re filling out are actually making a difference when you’re still waiting to hear back from employers.

By Kimberly Steele
Kimberly Steele
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First-Generation College Student Career Barriers (and How to Overcome Them)

I was a first-generation college student, and while I’ve held numerous jobs over the past decade, the struggles that began in college still have a lasting effect on me today. Unfortunately, many of the issues we first-generation college students (or …

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Part 4: Career Readiness Guide: Prepare For Success With Your Liberal Arts Degree | The Career Management Model: Experience

This is the fourth of seven articles in this series, click here to go to the first article. If you’re searching for a remote internship, go to our search results page that lists all of the remote internships and other …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Part 3: Career Readiness Guide: Prepare For Success With Your Liberal Arts Degree | The Career Management Model: Explore

This is the third of seven articles in this series, click here to go to the first article. If you’re searching for a remote internship, go to our search results page that lists all of the remote internships and other …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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3 tips for getting the most out of part-time jobs

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As a college student, it can often feel like your part time job is purely for bringing in the cash you need to splash on your expenses and social activities. This, however, is not necessarily the case. …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Part-Time Jobs: How Many Hours a Week, What Benefits You Get, and More

When you’re looking for work, there are a number of reasons you might not want to or be able to commit to working full-time hours. And if you want to have more stability than freelance or contract work usually brings, …

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