You Can’t Prepare for Every Interview Question!

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I have been working with many doctoral candidates who are preparing for interviews in academia or other areas of higher education, and for roles within business, government, and non-profits. While the positions and employers are very different, the candidates almost …

By Kay Kimball Gruder
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Interview Strategies for International Candidates 

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Do you have aspirations to work in the U.S. after you complete your academic studies? If you plan to pursue this path, an interview is your chance to make a strong first impression. It is your opportunity to promote your …

By Desiree Martino
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How to Prepare for Virtual 1-on-1 Sessions

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The guidance you need to feel confident, poised and prepared to meet recruiters online.

Before you dive into your first one-on-one session with an employer during a virtual career fair, there are a few simple ways to set yourself up …

By Evan McMunn
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Discussing work authorization during an interview

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Job search is nearly always a very stressful process. For international students in addition to the anxiety around making a positive impression, interviewing, negotiating, there is the issue of work authorization. Many students wonder about when they should be discussing …

By Tithi Basu Mallik
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Taking competencies into account when preparing for medical or dental school interviews

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The 2021 application cycle for health professional schools has been marked by certain challenges due to testing disruptions and more in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, many schools have voiced that they will be placing even …

By Krista Rogers
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The Danger With First Impressions – 5 Tips for Navigating

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Have you ever gone to an interview and quickly felt a connection with some individuals and not with others? Perhaps you felt certain that you were qualified for a position but something felt a bit off throughout the interview. Maybe …

By Kay Kimball Gruder
Kay Kimball Gruder Assistant Director of Graduate Student Career Programs and Services Kay Kimball Gruder
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Interview Q&A | “What Did You Do During Quarantine?”

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As some of us begin to inch into the next phase of the pandemic, slowly figuring out how we may move forward once we’re able, new questions have started to bubble up. Google searches like “how to set up a …

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10 Questions You’ll Get in Your Next Accounting Interview—and How to Answer Them

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10 Questions You’ll Get in Your Next Accounting Interview—and How to Answer Them was originally published on The Muse, a great place to research companies and careers. Click here to search for great jobs and companies near you.

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What Are Recruiters Looking for in Accountants?

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You’re ready to apply for that accounting role you’ve been searching for. You’re not sure what to expect, but you know you want to put your best foot forward by getting prepared and knocking this interview out of the park.

By Latesha Byrd - The Muse
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Tips on Searching for Government Internships/Jobs during a Pandemic

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Searching for an internship or job has many inherent challenges, but during a global pandemic, they seem to be astronomical.  Now that many companies and organizations are closing temporarily or minimizing staffing, traditional hiring has changed to reflect the times. …

By Robin Shefts
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