Interview with a Clinical Psychologist

I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist and a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I have been working in the social services industry for 25 years. Specifically, I have worked for school districts, university counseling centers, the justice system (county and …

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12 tips for securing a tech internship in a soft labor market

Let’s be honest. It is far harder to land a technology-related internship or other early career job right now than it was even two years ago. Instead of employers hiring every technologist they could find, those same employers are now …

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Demonstrating Tech Proficiency: Elevating Your Resume with Tangible Skill Validation

In the pursuit of a new professional chapter, your wealth of experience becomes a valuable asset for any company.

Despite the legal prohibition of age discrimination in hiring, concerns among potential employers about hiring seasoned professionals persist. The perception of …

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A Formula to Help You Answer “What Are Your Greatest Strengths”

 

Owning your strengths doesn’t have to be awkward.

This interview question is difficult because it asks you to showcase your qualities in a way that’s assertive but not arrogant. 

 

It’s a tightrope situation, and candidates typically make these 3 …

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Unleashing Creativity in Executive Leadership: Fostering Innovation and Out-of-the-Box Thinking

Dr. Govardhan Singh Rathore saw a problem in Ranthambore National Park in India, where his father was a steward.

The park protected tigers, but farmers logged its trees to sell for firewood and to give their cows space to graze. …

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The 5 biggest pieces of advice for women working in tech

While many businesses floundered during the pandemic, the technology industry flourished due to the accelerating digital transformations and shift in work models worldwide. But, as we settle into the new year, challenges and uncertainties lie ahead. On a macroeconomic level, …

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Top Career Paths in the Age of AI

The age of artificial intelligence is here, and AI is quickly changing the way we work, learn, and live. Below, we look at some of the career paths currently in high demand in the age of AI. We outline what …

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We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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What Tech Job Is Right for Me?

So, you know you want to go into technology. Maybe you were the kid who always took things apart just to see how they worked, or maybe you’re the whiz who always helps their grandparents figure out how to use …

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Resumes in Flux: Adapting to Job Market Changes and AI-Driven Tools

Resumes are an essential tool for job hunting. When job hunting, resumes must evolve to avoid hurting career prospects.

Crafting a resume can be a challenging task, with so many conflicting advice and recommendations available.

However, this is also an …

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How to Give a PowerPoint Presentation Like a Management Consultant

In the consulting industry, management consultants are expected to clearly and concisely synthesize their clients’ market positions, competitive advantages, and financials, and then offer meaningful insights and actionable plans. Typically, presentations that include all this information are created using PowerPoint. …

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Managing Up | How to Provide Feedback to Your Manager

You have a new job, or a new manager, and something isn’t working. You and your boss aren’t seeing eye to eye and you’re getting frustrated—or worse, you’re starting to check out.

Or maybe you’re finding that you and your …

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