Tag: professionalism

How to Ace the First 6 Months of Your First-Ever Job


If you're a college grad entering the workforce for the first time, here are six big things you should aim to accomplish during the first six months of a new job. read more

Mistakes First-Year College Students Make (and How to Avoid Them)

Freelance Writer

Freshman year can be a bit bumpy, and everyone makes mistakes. But here are a few to avoid to make your first year go more smoothly. read more

5 Ways to Have an Amazing Internship Experience

Student, Desert Mountain High School

Follow these rules to make your busy life as an intern a little less hectic and impress your new colleagues. read more

10 Ways to Show You're Professional...Even if You Don't Feel Like It

Publisher, CareerTapped.com

When we're feeling "blah," it shows. And it can really backfire in a professional situation. Here's 10 ways to shake it off! read more

3 Ways to Maintain Career Momentum After Graduation

Authors, Public Relations Professionals

Graduating from college is a huge step and one of the biggest life transitions you'll ever make. The way to succeed through this transition is to maintain the momentum you've already built in school. Here are a few tips to get you started. read more

Tips from Behind the Scenes of a Phone Interview

Freelance Writer; Blogger

The phone interview. It's the first step, in most cases, in the interview process. In my personal experience, phone interviews have lasted anywhere from 10 minutes to a half hour. Here are some questions you should prepare and how to still sound your best when interviewing on the phone. read more