Job Search During a Pandemic: Advice for the Class of 2021

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Mar 9 2021

With the one year anniversary of the COVID-19-induced global lockdown approaching, now is a good time to reflect on where we all were last year. For me, a member of the Class of 2020, I was a senior in college, midway through my final semester, preparing for my first real job search.

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If you’re a recent graduate, here’s some free advice…

Dec 1 2020

I’m not a professional recruiter or careers adviser, but here is some free advice for graduates looking to enter the workforce when applying for jobs:

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Hiring? Character counts.

Jun 6 2014

I’ve hired quite a few people over my career, and I’ve made many excellent choices. But I’ve also made my fair share of misjudgments. Hopefully, we all get better at this process as we gain experience, but I’m not sure that is true. Ingrained habits are hard to break. But I think I’m finally learning that the most important characteristic when hiring anyone is – well, their character.

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