How to Follow Up on a Job Interview in 2022 (With Example)

After perfecting your cover letter and resume, then acing the interview, you’re waiting to hear back from the company about the next steps. And whether it’s been a day or a week, you’re wondering how to follow up on a …

By Rachel Pelta - Forage
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Accommodating LGBTQ Employees with Dress Code Modifications

Most employers’ lists of policies and procedures include a dress code for employees. However, employers should be sensitive to LGBTQ employees and candidates when creating and enforcing the dress code. No bias should exist with how employees and candidates dress. …

By William Frierson - College Recruiter
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Proven Ways to Demonstrate Your Leadership Skills Without the Experience

For your next position, you’re looking for a management role. You know you could lead a team of people, devising strategy and inspiring them to do their best work.

There’s only one problem: you haven’t actually been a leader before.

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11 Best Paying Jobs in Finance

The highest paying jobs in finance include top-level executive positions and relatively entry-level careers, like financial analysts. In other words, the industry pays well at all levels. Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), we identified the best-paying …

By McKayla Girardin - Forage
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Get Your Resume Noticed In Seven Seconds or Less

You’ve been applying for jobs for what feels like forever, but you’re not getting anywhere: no interviews, let alone job offers.

A common reason you’re missing out on the interview round? Issues with your resume.

The average recruiter spends only …

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Is Commercial Banking a Good Career Path?

You most likely have a bank account. But have you ever thought of being not only a banking customer but a banking employee?

Commercial banking can be a good career path, offering opportunities for career advancement and attractive pay. But …

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Should You Apply Through LinkedIn Or The Company’s Website?

So you finally found a job opening on LinkedIn for which you’re qualified and in which you’re interested—that’s half the battle. But, now, you’re not sure where to apply for it.

You could apply through LinkedIn, or you could apply …

By AnnaMarie Houlis - Ivy Exec
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Surviving as an International Student

Schreiner University always welcomes international students that wish to continue their academic education in the United States. However, despite the outstanding support from the faculty and staff, attending college in the U.S. as international student can be a challenging task. …

By Valentina H. Solache
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6 Tips and Tricks to Make Schreiner your School

Many Schreiner students struggle to get used to life at school. Here are 6 Tips and Tricks to make Schreiner your school.

Go to activities!

There are many activities on campus hosted by SAB and RAs. These can be arts …

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The Official Guide to Schreiner One

Schreiner One can be very intimidating, especially if you’re a freshman figuring this out for the first time. Where do I pay my tuition? Where do I register for classes? Where do I add or drop a class? Who is …
By Rosy Murphy
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