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5 Careers That Don't Require a Cubicle - TheCollectiveMill.com

5 Careers That Don’t Require a Cubicle This post is sponsored by Aflac. I was compensated for writing it, but all opinions are 100% my own. After I graduated from college, I spent months trying to find the perfect career. I knew I wanted a flexible schedule, a steady income and a work-life balance. As a millennial, I also knew these…

15 Things You Should Take Off Your Resume Before we go over what you should take off your resume, let's first cover why your resume is so important. Your resume is the first thing a hiring manager is going to see. That means your resume is what will help you land an interview... so it needs to be perfect. You…

The purpose of a cover letter is to introduce yourself, mention the role you're applying for, articulate how your experience fits this role, and request an interview or phone call. Your cover letter may be the reason a hiring manager decides to interview you, so make sure to take the time needed to make it articulate, well-crafted, and compelling. To…

7 Things to do Before You Graduate College College is the perfect time to start preparing for your career. Plus, it can be pretty easy to get started. If this means volunteering a few hours per month or joining a school organization, these small steps will only make your life easier after graduation. Below are 7 things to do before…

We know your time is valuable, so we scoured the World Wide Web to find the very best career bogs of 2015. Each of these blogs have some pretty amazing articles on resume writing, interviewing, networking, leadership, personal branding, internships, and so much more. Now you have somewhere to go when you need advice relating to your career. Below are…

An interview is a crucial part of the hiring process. This is your chance to show the hiring manager why you’re the perfect fit for the job. So make sure you spend enough time preparing for the interview beforehand. That way you can be confident you checked everything off your list and are ready to go. P.S. Vector Cred: Freepik…

Below are my absolute favorite websites for finding an internship. These sites have awesome articles to help you along the way, new internship opportunities that you can apply for, networks that you can join to meet other professionals, plus so much more. These are sites I still use today and would recommend in a heartbeat: 1. InternQueen.com InternQueen is an…

Internships can be pretty awesome. During an internship you have the opportunity to gain real world experience, build connections with professionals in your industry, add new skill sets to your resume... and the list goes on. An internship is one step in furthering your career so why not put in 100%. Below are 7 ways to be an awesome intern:…

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