What’s a Phone Screen? Here’s What You Need to Know Before That “Quick Chat” With the Recruiter

So you got an email back from a job you applied to—awesome! The person who reached out is asking to schedule a phone screen. Or perhaps they’re asking to schedule a “quick chat” or “brief phone call.” What does this …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile with these Expert Tips

Would you like some simple steps for creating a great LinkedIn profile? Jeremy and Omar, The LinkedIn Guys, worked at LinkedIn and constantly research the most effective ways to be found by recruiters on LinkedIn.

Check out their new article, …

By Julie Miller
Julie Miller Director, Career Strategies Center Julie Miller
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How to Navigate Interviews as An International Candidate

You just got a call or an email from a recruiter: you’re invited to an interview.

You’re excited but also nervous at the same time. How am I going to talk about my status as an international candidate? 

The most …

By Sonia Liang
Sonia Liang Associate Director, Career Strategies Center MSBA Career Coach Sonia Liang
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EY: an In-depth Breakdown

If you’re thinking about careers in consulting or finance, you may be thinking about EY. To get an idea of EY’s business areas and career paths, a good place to start is Management Consulted’s EY Firm Profile.

This in-depth profile …

By Career Strategies and Engagement (CSE)
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6 Tips for Successful Virtual Networking, Even During the Pandemic

Successful networking can open doors to mentorship, professional development, friendship, and career growth.

Of course, things have been different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only are many more of us working from home, but professional and industry events of …

By Mary Kearl - The Muse
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What’s a job scam? Hint: It’s not a good thing!

Have you ever had a job or internship offer that didn’t seem quite right? For example, maybe you received a job offer without an interview, or your “interview” was via text, or your interviewer refused to turn on their video. …

By Julie Miller
Julie Miller Director, Career Strategies Center Julie Miller
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7 Tips to the Make the Most of a (Virtual) Industry Trek

Whether remote or in person, Industry Treks are great ways to broaden your career aspirations and your network. Even though our annual trek to Adobe went virtual this year, we still met with campus recruiting, enjoyed a product management panel …

By Rachel Wasdyke
Rachel Wasdyke Director, Corporate Engagement & Strategic Communications Rachel Wasdyke
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Navigating the Finance Industry by Hitesh Sharma MSF’21

Original Career Captain article by MSF’21 Hitesh Sharma, assisted by fellow MSF’21 Career Captain, Jay Pankaj Joshi, and MSF Career Coach, Jennifer Voldins.

Finance is a dynamic industry. You need to be constantly updated with the current political news, market …

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27 High-Paying Jobs With the Least Competition

They’re some of the most nagging questions on every job seeker’s mind: How many people applied to this job? How many other eager candidates am I up against here? If the pile of applications is more like a teetering mountain, …

By Stav Ziv - The Muse
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6 Steps to Making a Financial Analyst Resume That Will Stand Out From the Competition

Financial analyst is a very common first job in finance, and the position can have a range of duties depending on the industry or company. Many financial analysts work in the investment world, analyzing potential or current investments and reporting …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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