4 Ways International Students Can Gain U.S. Work Experience with F-1 Visas

If you’re an international student who wants to work in the U.S. after graduation, you need to maximize every opportunity you have to gain work experience before you graduate. The reason is, in the end, U.S. employers are most impressed …

By Marcelo Barros - Vault
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Networking Tips for International Students

Like many other international students, I was very focused on the academic part of student life when I arrived in the U.S. In my junior year of college, I suddenly felt this job-seeking urgency. I was only a couple of …

By Nan Liu Barnes - Vault
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4 Job Search Strategies That Get International Grad Students Hired

If you’re an international student in grad school looking to land a great job offer after graduation, know that it won’t be easy. So here are four job search strategies that separate international graduate job seekers who receive U.S. job …

By Marcelo Barros - Vault
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Interview Tips For Veterans On The Job Hunt

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her about the biggest mistakes that veterans make during interviews, which could keep them from getting a civilian / corporate job they …

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Quiz: Are You an Effective Manager?

Are you doing your part to maintain a great team and cultivate talent? Answer a few simple questions and find out.

The art of managing employees is a vital workplace skill. Yes, if you manage employees well, they will likely …

By Lacey John
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Students and Professionals of All Ages: Why You Should Find a Career Mentor

A mentor can be a wellspring of honest wisdom — a source of helpful perspective from someone who has succeeded, critical to helping you do the same.

They say knowledge is power. They should also say that knowledge can be gleaned …

By Lacey John
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How Mentorship Can Enhance Your Career No Matter Your Age

On the surface, a mentoring relationship would seem to benefit the person being mentored, the party doing the learning. But the experience can provide significant professional value to both parties: mentee and mentor. “Conventional wisdom holds that just mentees benefit — …

By Lacey John
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5 Small Changes to Supercharge Your Work Productivity

You don’t need a complete overhaul to your daily routine to maximize efficiency — just a few tweaks can yield big results.

We’ve all been there. Lying awake at night mentally scrolling through a to-do list. Getting into a work rhythm …

By Lacey John
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How to Write a Job Description That Attracts Top Candidates

Your ability to craft a compelling job post is one of the first and most important steps in finding a new employee. A less-than-great post could fail to attract your ideal candidate.

Somebody left, or maybe your team has expanded. …

By Lacey John
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5 Ways to Be a Strong and Inspiring Leader

You want to become a workplace leader, or you’re finally leading your own team. Now what? These fail-safe tips will help ensure success in a leadership role.

Leading a team can be both thrilling in terms of professional development and …

By Lacey John
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