Your first job search: identifying your strengths, weaknesses,opportunities, and threats

Posted by Tyler Harbison on Mar 29, 2023 3:58:28 PM



Have you ever stopped to consider what makes you truly unique and
special?

What sets you apart from others and makes you stand out in a crowd? In order to
unlock your full potential and achieve success in life, it's essential to know
yourself inside and out. That's where a self SWOT analysis comes in. SWOT stands
for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats, and by taking a closer look
at each of these areas, you can discover your own superpowers and unleash your
full potential.

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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, How To

Finding ‘You’ 101: Your Guide to a Satisfactory Career

Posted by Taylor Curran on Oct 19, 2022 12:51:12 PM
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Topics: Self Exploration, Job Search, Dream Job

A Mental Health Guide: Work From Home Edition

Posted by Grace Engel on Oct 19, 2022 12:50:16 PM
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Topics: Self Exploration, Job Tips, Work From Home

Why MBTI is Your Next Step to Self-Success

Posted by Erin Bourn on Apr 25, 2022 1:21:38 PM

Have you ever wished someone could sit you down and give you some type of miracle-thing that helps you make successful choices with your life- relationship and career-wise?? The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test is capable of taking the place of that very miracle-thing, by giving you legit info on your personality to help you make decisions for the better! 

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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, Job Search

How to Deal with Stress During the Job Search Process

Posted by Braden Glushakow on Mar 30, 2022 1:07:29 PM

I don't know about you, but if I had a dollar for every time I heard someone say, "I’m stressed," I would probably be a millionaire. And if I were a millionaire, I would not be searching for a job. Unfortunately for us, we are not benefiting financially from the stress of others, which is why we are job searching. Stress is a human reaction that happens to everyone. It's our body’s way of responding to a challenge or demand. College students and recent graduates are especially vulnerable to substantial amounts of stress because of the emergence of new experiences and situations, such as the job search process. While stress in short bursts can be useful, too much stress has many negative repercussions. Throughout the job search process, individuals may experience a great deal of stress, so it is important to make sure that this stress is managed. In this post, I will discuss what stress is and the effects it has on your body, explain the importance of stress management and provide eight suggestions on how to overcome stress you may face during the job search process.

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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, Job Search, Professional Skills, Job Research, How To

Here’s Why Your Major Doesn’t Matter (That Much)

Posted by Jordan Sessoms on Mar 30, 2022 1:00:42 PM

Many students are anxious about picking a major because they are unsure of what they want to do in life. They feel that whatever they choose, they must stick with it, and it will dictate their life path. Students think their decision determines their profession for life. So, at the start of college they are deciding between a career they’ll hate until retirement or picking the perfect career for them, but that is simply not true.

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Topics: Networking, Self Exploration, Career, Professional Skills

Ways to Reduce Anxiety Before an Interview

Posted by Kaya Layton on Nov 15, 2021 10:07:41 AM
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Topics: Interview, Self Exploration, Interview Follow-up, Selling Yourself, Personal Branding

How to Use Your Imposter Syndrome to Your Advantage

Posted by Kyla Jones on Nov 15, 2021 9:58:27 AM

 

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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, Professional Skills, Selling Yourself, How To, Personal Branding

Step-by-Step Guide Throughout College Towards Landing Your First Job

Posted by Bryan Sachs on Nov 15, 2021 9:52:50 AM

College is all about gathering knowledge, making lifelong friends and memories, and learning how to become a fully functioning adult. However, a significant number of students fail to understand what should be done each year of college, to make you marketable to employers upon graduation. Not only is performing well in courses crucial, but landing an internship, attending professional events, joining clubs and organizations related to your specific major, among other things allow an undergraduate student to become as prepared as possible to land their first job, post-graduation. 

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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, References, Selling Yourself, Dream Job, How To

Tips to Help You Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

Posted by Casey Yoder on Nov 15, 2021 9:48:19 AM
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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, Professional Skills, Selling Yourself, How To, Personal Branding

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