Don’t Let These Negotiation Myths Hold You Back—Here’s How to Shake Them

When I was just starting my company Rora—a career and negotiation agency for high performers—a friend received a job offer she was excited about. When I asked her if she planned to negotiate, she said, “Do you think I …

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5 Rewarding Teaching Careers in a Post-Covid-19 World

The economy has been brought to a grinding halt over the last few months, and everyone is feeling the squeeze. But although Covid-19 has closed schools and affected every industry from travel to retail, the field of education has been …

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Questions for students to ask to determine an employer’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

By Cindy Price Verduce, Indiana Tech Career Center and Regional Career Services Director

Everyone wants to feel like they belong, but how do you know if an organization will welcome your whole authentic self to work? When looking for a …

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Is Health Care a Good Career Path?

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the vital role that health care workers play and highlighted the industry’s ongoing labor shortage. In fact, the pandemic aggravated the labor crunch, as millions of workers — nearly one in five — left the health care …

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Advice from one first-generation college student to others who are seeking internships and entry-level jobs

We recently shared some advice for first-generation college students searching for internships and recent graduates hunting for entry-level jobs. I was thrilled to then hear from one who had some really, really good advice for other first-generation students.

Diana Cleinmark

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How to write a standout cover letter

When applying for jobs, cover letters are an easy way to set yourself apart from the crowd and help you move on to the next round of consideration. This doesn’t mean, however, that you should write your cover letter in …

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Adapting a Nonprofit to Challenging New Conditions | An Interview with Megha Desai

An estimated nine in 10 nonprofits worldwide were negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. It has therefore become increasingly important that social-impact organizations be able to adapt their priorities or service models in response to crises like this one. 

I …

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Beyond Diversity: Why Employers Must Create Inclusive Corporate Cultures

“People fail to get along because they fear each other. They fear each other because they don’t know each other. They don’t know each other because they have not communicated with each other.”

As with so many of Dr. Martin …

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Why You Should Network With Recruiters BEFORE You Graduate

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Regardless of your particular profession or specialty, the medical field is a challenge and getting through school and passing boards is quite overwhelming. For most, the focus during this time is just making it out of the program with …

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Creating an Effective Resume with Little to No Work Experience

When you’re ready to start your job search for the first time, you might feel as though the deck is stacked against you. With limited work experience, or perhaps none at all, you’ll need to craft your resume so that …

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