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Need a Job? Work Your Alumni Network

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

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Rejected Outright for the Job Because of Their Online Image

Business strategist and Webby Award winner David Allen Ibsen (runs business consultancy 5 Meetings Before Lunch) was helping one of his start-up clients with their organizational needs. Specifically, they were looking to make a couple of key hires. Ibsen tapped … Continue reading

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The Best Answers to: How Do You Manage?

Companies are always looking for people who have the potential to advance within the organization. One of the keys to progressing is being an effective manager. When we’re interviewing candidates we spend a significant amount of time on the management … Continue reading

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How to Interview Well and Get That Job

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

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Interviewing Your Potential Boss

Your old boss is gone and there’s someone in the conference room who could be your next boss.  Later that day, you are scheduled for a one-hour interview with them. Yikes!    You’re nervous about how your interview will go. … Continue reading

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