career myths

Busting career myths

Advice from career counselor Moira Kelley: Don’t be afraid to try something new.

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Returning to college as an adult? Here’s how to ease the transition.

If you’re returning to college as an adult, you’re not alone. Students over age 25 are the fastest-growing population in higher education. Here are some ways to make the transition as smooth as possible.

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Networking through authentic connections

This approach involves viewing fellow professionals as people, rather than as stepping stones on your path to success.

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Talking with your supervisor about career goals

Growing in your profession doesn’t always have to mean getting a promotion.

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How to make your cover letter shine

Convince the hiring team you’re an excellent fit for the job they’re offering, not just a job in your field or at their company.

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Survival skills for a new workplace

Soft skills will help you understand how your new team works and adapt to the organization’s culture.

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So you want to see a career counselor?

The outcome of a session will be proportional to the amount of effort you invest.

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Are you ready for the career challenges of 2018?

Whether you’re looking for a job, changing careers or setting goals for the future, get ready for the next challenge with this quiz by a University of Wisconsin-Madison career counselor.

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Dealing with questionable job-interview questions

Some questions can violate the law.

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The care and feeding of professional references

Develop authentic relationships with professional references and make an effort to stay connected.

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When should you consider a pay cut?

Accepting a big promotion is a no-brainer, but taking a pay cut is a different story. When should you consider it?

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Cleaning up your digital footprint

Even if you’re content in your current position, a filthy footprint can stop your career in its tracks. Here are some tips on keeping it clean.

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