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If you haven’t been living under a rock for the last couple years, you know by now that Linkedin is recommended as a critical piece of job search and career management strategy. BTW If you’re on Linkedin but not sure why or how it’s beneficial, you might want to check out my blog post Why Linkedin is More Important Than Your Resume .
Whether you are preparing to transition your internship into a full time job, interning full-time after college, or preparing to enter a new fall internship, it's important to always remember some basic ways to leave your internship like a boss.I am featured in this U.S. News article discussing 10 tips for leaving a lasting impression. While this article is primarily geared towards leaving your internship on a high note, they are qualities that you should maintain as you move throughout your career as well.
This is a guest blog post written by Noelle Gross, founder of ngcareerstrategy.com. In my last Lauren Berger Inc. post I shared the importance of being optimized on Linkedin in terms of appearing in more of the right searches.In this post, I want to take profile optimization one step further to ensure that you are creating the right first impression when found AND leaving hiring managers and recruiters wanting more.
This is a guest blog post written by Noelle Gross of ngcareerstrategy.com. There’s no greater feeling in the workplace than receiving recognition and praise for a job well done, especially when that praise is coming from your manager or senior leadership. A few words can make those late nights and months of slaving away on a big project seem completely worth it.
This is a guest blog post written by Noelle Gross of ngcareerstrategy.com. There’s no denying that Linkedin has become one of the most powerful career management platforms in existence.
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dave Kerpen, Likeable Local CEO and founder and former CEO of Likeable Media, and discuss my new book, Welcome to the Real World.We discussed that first, second, and even third job out of college, and how to turn that average job into your dream career.
While I'm normally the one handing out advice, I now need some advice from you all.I read so many articles on social media, but I rarely find information that I can use and apply to my business. So I'm reaching out to all of the people in the blogosphere with the following questions.