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Tag Archives: Informational Interviews
Jonathan Greenglass graduated in 2009 from Holy Cross with a degree in Sociology and something maybe even more important, a job. He was hired as an analyst by the investment banking firm, Sandler O’Neill, and attributes his success in getting … Continue reading
Obviously the marketplace is tight, which is why it’s even more important to say and do the right things in an interview. Companies are more selective now and less likely to overlook a stumble. If you’re taking the time to … Continue reading
Informational interviews have the potential to yield significant benefits, assuming you have the right approach. Some people make the mistake of approaching them in a very casual manner, sitting back and letting the interviewee do all the work. Others may … Continue reading