When I left my last job I was making $50000 a year with 6 years of management experience. I decided to get my bachelor's of business administration. I now have one year left before I graduate with a 3.3 GPA. I'm coming to find that recent graduates with this degree are only making $60000 a year. I'm worried I just spent 4 years of my life to bump my net worth by a measly $10000. Is my new degree and experience comparable to recent graduates??
Congratulations on finishing your degree! Students who enter the workforce before they receive their bachelor's have a HUGE advantage because they have experience and education.…
What are the advantages of using twitter to facilitate the job search? How do I best utilize my account?
Great question! Twitter can be a useful way to communicate directly with brands/companies when you want to share your excitement for their products and services. Unfortunately, social media can be…
I have recently submitted my PhD thesis, and I have applied for a position at a number of companies. Unfortunately, I am not getting calls for interviews. What can I do to improve my chances of getting calls for an interviews?
The job application process can be time consuming and I understand it can be frustrating when you feel like you're sending your resume into a black hole. One of the best ways to increase responsiveness…
What is the best way to answer the questions, "Tell me about yourself" and "Run through your CV" ?
This is something that usually happens at the beginning of the interview. What the interviewer is generally trying to to do here is to get into more detail about the information that was listed on your…View all answers »
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