500 Companies Hiring Students on Handshake Right Now

Updated November 4

To all the early career job-seekers who’ve spent the past month wondering: “Is anyone out there still hiring?” We hear you—and the answer is YES!

View the full article on Handshake’s blog here.

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What is National Intern Day?

Did you know that Thursday, July 29th, is National Intern Day?

Nominate yourself to earn a place on the WayUp Top 100 Intern list.

In past years, they have trended #1 on Twitter, and are hoping to repeat that success …

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3 People You’ll Meet in College Who Can Help You Network

Connecting with professors, career counselors, and alumni can help you build your professional network.

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Everything You Need to Know About Employer-Paid Tuition Reimbursement

When you’re looking for a new job, there’s a piece of your potential compensation package that’s arguably more valuable in the long run than your starting salary: employer-paid tuition reimbursement.

After all, education can qualify you for promotions at this …

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How to Network Internally and Why It’s Important

When you think of networking, you might envision a room full of people who don’t know each other, making small talk, sipping cocktails, exchanging business cards, hoping to eventually making long-lasting connections. But networking can be much more than that. While networking …

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Are You Ready to Freelance? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Chances are good that, given the circumstances of the pandemic, you are now well versed in the art of remote work. Have you considered taking your talents to freelance for the additional freedoms of making your own schedule, expanding your …

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How to Make a Good First Impression in a New Remote Job

Although Covid-19 lockdown efforts might be nearing an end in many countries, millions of employees across the world will not be returning to the office anytime soon. The reason is the classic office model has, for the most part, fallen …

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How to Write the Perfect Office Manager Resume (Plus an Example!)

I can’t even begin to count the number of times my favorite office manager saved my you-know-what. As a busy recruiter, I was constantly submitting last-minute conference room requests, frantically printing candidate resumes on the notoriously finicky copy machine (that …

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10 Jobs That Are Great for Sociology Majors (Plus Expert Advice on How to Land One)

Sociology is one of those majors with no set path after graduation, which can be scary as you’re planning to enter the workforce for the first time. The trade-off is that you’ll actually have a lot of flexibility in what …

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What Interviewers Want to Know When They Ask You to “Describe a Time You Had to Make a Difficult Decision”

When you’re in a job interview, you’re likely to get asked questions that require you walk your interviewer through past experiences. “Describe a time you had to make a difficult decision,” for example, asks you to do this in a …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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7 Skills to Set You Apart in the Remote Work Environment

The joys of working remotely — especially if you’re lucky enough to work from home. Your commute from the bedroom to the living room, dining room, or wherever you’ve set up your home office takes seconds and you’re ready to go.

By Matt Shealy - Vault
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