The best entry-level jobs for business majors

Pursuing a business major can be one of the most lucrative paths to take, with almost limitless options for career directions. Finding your way after getting a business degree ultimately comes down to pinpointing what you’re most interested in and …

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Landing a Non-Profit Job: How It’s Different

On the weekends, One Day One Job features jobs at non-profits, a sector with unique challenges that you need to be aware of when applying for jobs. This “third sector” has a different culture, different networks, and different tricks to …

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Liberal Arts Jobs & Internships Available NOW at USAJobs.gov

Check out the internship and full-time job options on USAJobs.gov! There are a variety of opportunities for students and recent graduates, just set up your profile and begin searching!

By Kathleen Powell
Kathleen Powell Front Desk Operations Assistant
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What Can You Do With a Communications Major? 10 Jobs to Consider

Being able to communicate well is one of the most important skills that humans need—both at work and outside of it. Good communication skills allow us to share information with others, form lasting and meaningful relationships, and be active and …

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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Finding Work Experience While Studying at UConn

Are you an international student looking for a job, internship or co-op?Look no further, this guide to finding work experience is here for you!

By Andrea Xia
Andrea Xia
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Storytelling. A powerful tool in the international student’s job-search toolkit

What do cortisol, dopamine, and oxytocin, have to do with your job search? I will give you a clue. They are all hormones that our brain releases in response to a good story. They help us stay alert and focused …

By Theo Menounos
Theo Menounos Assistant Director, Career Readiness Competencies, Liaison for Engineering, Physics, Chemistry
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Finding jobs and internships as a first-generation grad

For first-generation college students, the entire college experience is completely new and uncharted. With no family to lean on for advice and support in terms of knowing the ins and outs of college life, it’s no wonder that a recent …

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Interview Tips For Veterans On The Job Hunt

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her about the biggest mistakes that veterans make during interviews, which could keep them from getting a civilian / corporate job they …

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Get a Jump Start on the Recruiting Season – Non-Profit, Social Services, and other Careers for the Common Good

Recruiting seasons for soon-to-be graduates is upon us. Are you wondering how to begin the process? Here are tips to get started.

By Desiree Martino
Desiree Martino Career Coach | Pronouns she/her
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Preparing for Recruiting Season in Arts, Media, or Communication

With recruiting season upon us, knowing what to do to prepare and how to find and engage with opportunities will help the job-search process feel much more manageable.

By Steve Kligerman
Steve Kligerman Assistant Director, Programming & Career Everywhere | Pronouns: he/him/his
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