Author Archives: Career Development Center

6 Things to Consider Before You Pick a Remote, In-Office, or Hybrid Work Setup

Once upon a time, a typical working arrangement consisted of going to an office for 40 hours a week. Remote work was a relatively rare perk that few companies (in select industries) offered or an arrangement that workers had to …

By Anisa Purbasari Horton - The Muse
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Administrative Skills Aren’t Just for Admin Jobs—Here’s What Everyone Needs to Know (Plus a List of Examples)

As you look for jobs—particularly admin jobs such as executive assistant or office manager—you may see that employers are looking for administrative skills. And for good reason: Businesses can’t run without them. “Focusing on administrative skills can transform average companies …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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Reduce Workplace Stress and Thrive

It is common knowledge that workplace stress impairs employee happiness and contributes to decreased productivity. What’s even more important are the short and long-term health effects that stress has on workers.

Healthcare has never been easy. With COVID, reduced resources, …

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Announcing: Introduction to Data Analytics

We all know that careers in technology and information are subject to drastic fluctuations in demand due to their fluid and flexible nature. However, jobs in data science—and especially in data analytics—are seeing steady growth.

IBM was correct in their …

By Sakshi Gupta - Springboard
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Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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Ways to Get More Work Done When Working From Home

Working from home offers comfort, flexibility, and freedom from many of the usual office constraints. It also offers challenges and distractions to productivity. But, thankfully, those are not insurmountable.

Discover eight ways to get more work done from home and

By Karen Bradford - Vault
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Leadership Lessons from 15 Women Founders & CEOs

At the time of writing, women are the CEOs of 41 companies of the Fortune 500; for anyone not looking to do math today, that’s about 8%. And that distressingly low number is actually higher than its ever been. The …

By Vault Careers - Vault
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8 Signs You Should Avoid That Potential Employer

When applying for and interviewing at a potential employer, the last thing you want is to score a new position, only to find out that your new employer is a nightmare. While financial motivators are always a driving factor for …

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Employers Are Expanding Benefits and Perks in Response to COVID and the “Great Resignation”—Here’s What to Look For

COVID-19 has shifted many people’s perspectives of what they want out of work and life. Maybe working remotely for the first time during COVID made your former commute seem intolerable. Or maybe you’ve decided that protecting your mental health means

By Allison Torres Burtka - The Muse
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Should You Work with a Legal Recruiter? And How to Choose One

A knowledgeable legal recruiter can be a great asset during your job search, but you must keep in mind the recruiter’s motivations and access to employers—and whether you are in a situation to benefit from their assistance. Most legal recruiters …

By Vault Law Editors - Vault
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Steps 1Ls Can Take to Set Themselves Up For Success

Starting as a 1L in law school can be extremely daunting. No doubt, you’ve seen movies and television shows portraying law school as a horrifying place where professors try to embarrass you, and your classmates are your worst enemies. But …

By Ashley Reed - Vault
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