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For the past seven years, we’ve been planning our annual event, The Intern Queen Party. Every year, we deal with new roadblocks and new challenges when throwing this event.
In my second book, Welcome to the Real World, I discuss ways to make the most of your first job after college.
Once a week we do a check-in call with our three spring interns to discuss what they did this week, what they want to do more of, and to give them an opportunity to ask any questions.This week, one of our Rutgers interns asked about LinkedIn.
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 .
As a jobseeker, your job is to find a job; treat your time like that.Every day, if your job was to find a job, you'd be spending almost 8 hours each day working the job search.