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Career Advice

Former recruitment agency experts answer employment questions, candidly suggesting how to negotiate your salary, find a really good job, handle phone interviews, and more.

Sage advice like this is priceless.


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Add experience to your resume by doing volunteer work.

Recent grads are often frustrated because they can’t get an good job without experience but they can’t get good experience unless they get a good job. Volunteering is a helpful solution.

You have to do work your way up before you can start making a huge salary. You have to pay your dues. You’re not going to be hired for a six figure salary job just because you just completed a certification. You need some experience too.

Get a list of non-profit agencies and apply your skills by volunteering to help them. This approach will help you because it gives you an opportunity to get your hands dirty in the “real world,” by applying what you’ve learned in the classroom. Also, you’ll be able to confidently tell an interviewer, “Yes, I have done that before.”

As an added benefit, You’ll feel good about yourself because you will be making a real difference and helping others.

Don't forget to ask for referrals! If you do a good job the charity might recommend you to others they know. The word will get out and you will network your way into a paying job somewhere.

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