Do Not Apply – Spot a Social Media Job Scam

Social media is a hot spot to post and find job listings, but it’s not always clear what is legitimate. Unfortunately, scammers have mastered targeting and taking advantage of desperate job seekers and people fall victim to jobs that are …

By Val Matta - CareerShift
CareerShift
Job hunting & career management solutions
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Physician Assistant vs. Nurse Practitioner: Explaining the Difference to Patients

You are an accountant, and you have no experience in medicine. You visit your primary care office for a routine checkup on a Wednesday afternoon to see how your blood pressure is coming along after starting a new medication.

“You …

By Jacob Bollinger, PA - Hospital Recruiting
Hospital Recruiting
Hospital Recruiting | Physician and Healthcare Job Board.
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Online Graduate Degree Offerings

Are you planning for a graduate degree in public health? Consider pursuing it online.  

My Public Health Direct at the IU Bloomington School of Public Health offers online graduate programs taught by the same award-winning faculty with the same student-centered teaching, all …

By Susan Simmons
Susan Simmons Director of Career Services
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How to Confidently Make the Transition From College Life to Work Life

The transition from college life to work life is never easy, but I’m hearing from so many young graduates that this year is especially challenging. The class of 2022 has been through so much disruption, disappointment and …
By Lindsey Pollak
Lindsey Pollak Career Workplace Expert
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TeamWork U – Best Practice Alert!

Student Promotion via LinkedIn

Best Practice Alert! Create a post on LinkedIn after participating in TeamWork Online Events, Buffy Zoom Calls, etc. All students would need to do is create a post, tag Buffy and TeamWork Online, and talk about the event/call! …

By Kristine Nielsen
Kristine Nielsen Assistant Director, Career Services
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How to Turn Your Summer Internship Into a Full-Time Job

So you landed a summer internship – congratulations! Now that you’ve made the obligatory Facebook/LinkedIn post and changed that status to employed, you may be thinking about what you can do to make a lasting impression at one of your first …

By Maximilian Vanegas - WayUp
WayUp
Sign up to WayUp to personalize your job search and apply to opportunities from Fortune 500s to startups, all in one place. Let’s get you hired! Click here
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How to write a resume for a summer job

It can sometimes feel like a rather daunting task if you’ve never written a resume before. Depending on how much work experience you have and what areas that experience falls in, resumes can end up being too long or short, …

By Sean Kelly - College Recruiter
College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career. Each year, we help more than 3 million students and recent grads find part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs requiring 0-3 years of experience.
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How to Leverage LinkedIn Effectively on Your Job Search

By Kristine Nielsen
Kristine Nielsen Assistant Director, Career Services
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A Volunteering Guide for Healthcare Students: The Benefits of Giving Back

Volunteerism intends to make the world a better place. But the benefits of volunteering often go far beyond philanthropy.

Perhaps most importantly to students, engaging in volunteerism is associated with higher chances of gaining employment—particularly in rural areas. Volunteers …

By Myla Valencia
Myla Valencia
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Here’s How to be Professional on Social Media

A study showed 70% of employers check the social media profiles of potential hires, and 54% of them admit to deciding not to hire someone based on what they found on social media. Today’s episode of the #WorkInSports Podcast offers …

By Kristine Nielsen
Kristine Nielsen Assistant Director, Career Services
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