It's no secret-the job search process has changed in the past decade. That means the skills you used to find a job in high school probably won't cut it today because the landscape of the entire workforce has evolved. Here's six digital literacy tips and tricks to help you navigate through this new world.
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We've all heard about how LinkedIn can help you find a job, but did you know there are ways to leverage your favorite other social media networks in your job search? Here's some expert tips!
The emergence of social networks has benefited your personal life, so why not take advantage of these tools in your professional life as well? Learn some tips and tricks for leveraging your favorite social media platforms in your job search!
Job interviews should be taken seriously, but they don't need to be scary. It's all about preparation. Here, hiring experts and consultants share tips for interviewing that you don't want to overlook.
In an effort to help current and future accounting students, Rasmussen College on Jan. 23 hosted a live Google+ "Hangout on Air." The topics of the discussion ranged from academic accounting credentials to resume tips and everything in between. Check out the recap with video right here!
If you're considering pursuing a career in human resources, it's important for you to prepare yourself by understanding what job skills hiring managers are searching for in candidates. Keep reading to learn which skills you'll need.
Does a higher level of education lead to more employment opportunities? We took a look at 21 separate industries to find out.
Critical thinking skills are extremely important in developing a successful career. In an effort to help you make sense of it all and finally get some answers, I broke down the six core critical thinking skills you need for your career to help you both understand why you need them and how you can develop them.
How long have you worked for your company? If you've reached the five-year mark, then you have already been with your employer longer than the average American stays with the same company. See how your professional career compares in the infographic below.
Rasmussen College wrapped up another successful Career and Networking Expo. Nearly 2,700 job seekers and employers came out on August 16, 2012 across Rasmussen College's 22 campuses. The Ocala campus had the biggest turnout with 316 students, graduates, employers and community members, followed by the Rockford campus with 260 attendees. Overall, attendance was up two percent from a year ago thanks to a strong showing from the community.
From tuition to books to those late night coffee runs, college can be pricey. Two-thirds of college students say they work part-time, sometimes even more to help pay for school. We took a look at some of the most popular part-time jobs for college students and how many hours they're working every week. You might even find a job that's right for you in our infographic below.