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You need to make a change, and you have decided that a new career is the way to go. However, you don’t want to quit your old job until you have a new one. First, you need an updated résumé, one that shows what you are currently doing as well as what you have done […]
It is human nature to want to be recognized as an individual. People need to express themselves whether through bold socks, funky nail color, or permanent ink. While we in the Career Development Center celebrate personal expression, there is definitely a time and a place. We have covered the aforementioned topics time and time again; […]
For the Business majors out there, USPs are probably old hat. Your professors probably talk about it on a weekly basis. For those who are not Business majors, it is a completely foreign concept. USP stands for Unique Selling Point (or Proposition). If a company wants to be successful and to survive the current market, […]
[adapted from recruitersconnection.com] We say it all the time in the Career Development Center: image and first impressions are critical in an interview. It is important to think about the image that you want to project and the character traits that will help you accomplish that goal. Here are 11 traits to consider: Authority – […]
So, you’re wondering “What is a resume? Why should I have one and how do I create one?” A resume is a snapshot of your skills, education and work experience. Potential employers often require a resume as the first document in the application process and it’s your chance to show employers what you have to […]
Sometimes work is just one of those things that you don’t want to deal with. Many students are employed at hotels, restaurants, or other service-industry firms, but can’t decide how they will “make it to the top” with that particular company. Some students do not want a part-time job because they consider such work useless […]
We know getting the perfect job can be one tough nut to crack. Luckily, the secret to your success is right here in Troup County, where you’ll find a wide range of career opportunities. And we’re here to serve you with a large helping of job openings, tips and resources. Stay positive - there are plenty of employers out there looking for one smart cookie just like you!
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