While we have outgrown many things, like baby food, safety scissors, and napping in public with impunity, there are some parts of our childhood that stay with us forever. The movies we watched are one such example. What gives Disney and Pixar films staying power are the lessons they can teach us at all stages… Read more »
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Learn how to get your social media in job searching shape.
Being deliberate about job searching is essential for millennials working to build their networks and their careers. Taking full advantage of LinkedIn and other professional tools can help give you an advantage in the field.
Over the years, we’ve accumulated a collection of contacts—old professors, classmates, coworkers, managers, and more. It can be difficult to manage these connections, and it’s likely that we’ve fallen out of touch with many of these people. But when it comes to new jobs, background checks, or grad school applications, we often need to reconnect…. Read more »
What’s the right number of applications? 100? 10? Or somewhere in between?
The first few weeks of any job are stressful. You have to learn new ways of doing things, adapt to office culture, and establish a new network. These challenges are exacerbated when it’s your first full time job. I talked to former GovLoop Marketing Fellow, Natasha Dabrowski, about her experiences with her first few weeks.
As millennials, making the shift between college and the workplace can be challenging, and learning more about steps for success can help make the transition easier. Begin your journey of lifelong learning with these books about the workplace.
The band Journey tells us to never stop believing. Well, I think we should never stop learning. While everyone can benefit from continued education and training, it is especially important for millennials to build the resource and skill sets necessary to advance in the public sector.
Want to know how to make the most out of the next job fair? Read about some of these tips!
Spring is spreading across the country, and we all know what that means. It’s time to think about what you’ll be doing fall of 2017. Here are some helpful tips to guide you through the application process.