A post about the best way to answer any interview question, which is to back up your answers with real, honest, examples.
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What’s the difference between a resume and a CV? In a nutshell, length, content, and the jobs you should use it for.
My absolute favorite (and free!) calendar app is Sunrise. Here’s why I love it.
Do you really need a business card for your job search? And if so, what should actually be on it and what is better left off?
What are the pros and cons of a post grad internship – and should you do one?
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Learn how to answer the question “What sets you apart from other applicants” in a job interview.