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Archive for June, 2010

29
Jun
2010

Lessons to survive and thrive in a sink-or-swim internship

TalentEgg Incubator

Launching your career can be both exciting and terrifying. If you ensure that you and your employer have realistic expectations and goals, communicate on progress regularly and use the tips above,…

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28
Jun
2010

Focus on Retail: Tips on how to show the value of your degree!

TalentEgg Incubator

TalentEgg hosted a seminar at Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Retail Management on Mar. 24 to give first-year retail management students the opportunity to interact with recruiting managers…

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28
Jun
2010

What is “corporate culture”?

TalentEgg Incubator

Most jobs within a particular field or category at a particular level have the same basic description. Where they vary is in their corporate culture, so it’s important to figure out what type of…

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28
Jun
2010

Summer survival: How to constructively cope with the stress of unemployment

TalentEgg Incubator

If you find yourself without a job this summer, you can create a routine, explore your interests, and do something new to keep sane.

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28
Jun
2010

Avoid Sticky Situations at Your Summer Internship

InternQueen

Lauren Berger, The Intern Queen was featured on Career Rookie on how to avoid sticky situations at your summer internship. To read more, click here.

25
Jun
2010

How to write a resumé in three Asian countries

TalentEgg Incubator

Did you know that in Japan, job applications are standard forms purchased from the local stationary store which are completed by hand? Needless to say, job applications can differ greatly between…

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25
Jun
2010

Competitive athletic experience can kickstart your career

TalentEgg Incubator

The skills acquired while shooting free throws and jump shots will be transferred beyond the lines of the basketball court and into the workplace.

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24
Jun
2010

I’m nervous about my first day at my first “real” job. Help!

TalentEgg Incubator

Regardless of what it is specifically causing your worries, here are a few things you can do to make starting your first day easier.

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22
Jun
2010

How to write a resumé in three European countries

TalentEgg Incubator

As in most countries, a resumé includes your contact information, education, work experience, other skills (particularly, in Europe, language fluency), relevant volunteer activities or hobbies, and…

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22
Jun
2010

Angel networks: A saving grace for young entrepreneurs

TalentEgg Incubator

Angel investment is a step before venture capital, working with small deal sizes and higher risk, and when companies are pre-revenue or early-revenue. Angel groups pool together the capital and…

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