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Asked by olamide on September 29, 2014

What are the most important steps to securing a job after a bachelors degree?

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Cardinal Health, Textron have responded.

There are a few things you can do to help build a strong resume while in college to help make securing a full-time job easier upon graduation. It is important to gain as much real world work experience as possible.…

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Asked by Tyler on September 29, 2014

When it comes to applying for jobs, if you have a specific field with more than one position you want to work in, is it better to apply for all of the positions or just one so you don't look indecisive?

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Textron have responded.

My advice for you would be to not apply for every job that a company has posted in your field of work. After reading the job description that is posted you have to think about if you can picture yourself being…

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Asked by Ray on September 29, 2014

I'm currently a junior in college. I wanted to know if I'm wasting my time working jobs that does not relate to my major

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Hospira, ADM have responded.

This is a great question.  I would suggest that you begin to focus on internships for the summer that you can begin to apply your learnings from college.  Having a summer internship that applies to…

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Asked by Mohsin on September 24, 2014

I graduated with a Chemical Engineering major. I've been looking for work, but not getting any offers. I wanted to know if it's a good idea to get a Masters of Science/Engineering in Petroleum Engineering from a top school to increase my chance of getting hired.

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Pitney Bowes, HP, Accenture have responded.

Getting an advanced degree will almost always make you a more competitive applicant! I would recommend a few things to think about as you look at your options.…

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Asked by Sean on September 22, 2014

I jut finished a payroll course as part of my associate in accounting degree. I want to consider learning how to use ADP. Is this a good idea?

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Pitney Bowes, ManpowerGroup, HP have responded.

Absolutely!  Accounting and ADP go really well together! The more you know, the more you have to offer as a job applicant. Whether you are learning it on the job or on your own, it’s a great idea!…

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