This is a guest blogpost written by Anita Ginsburg.
Job hunting is an extremely stressful time, whether you are currently employed or not. The issue is that for many people, resumes remain a source of confusion and concern. They are not sure how to present themselves so that they look their best, and some people do not understand how they can get their company's attention. Check out these tips below to make sure that you stand out.
When it comes to stress and anxiety, everyone behaves differently, expresses themselves differently, and reacts to situations differently. When I get anxious – I call it a “nervous stomach”. I wanted this post to be very real and so before writing it, I thought seriously about how I handle my own anxiety and stress. Here are some methods that I use, that might help you distress and unwind:
We love promoting all of the Glassdoor.com content on the best places to work in America. This week, they released the top 25 best jobs in America. Do any of these appeal to you? Check out the list HERE
This is written by guest blogger, Karleia Steiner.
When most people think of internships, they think of teens and early twenty-somethings spending time making copies and fetching coffee. The truth is that though some internships will offer you college credit and some networking skills, other internships will take you far, far off the beaten path. Check out six of the most interesting internships around. You never know when you will discover a career that is calling to you!
I still can’t believe its 2015! Welcome to the New Year! On behalf of myself and everyone at InternQueen.com, we are so excited to join you on your career and internship journey in 2015! I just know that it’s going to be an amazing year. I already sat down over the holidays and came up with my New Year’s Resolutions and posted them here on our big-sister site, Lauren Berger Inc.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But with exams, final projects, presentations, internship-wrap ups, and more -- it’s the most stressful time, too. We’re all guilty of experiencing what I call “monkey mode”: those moments when your mind is elsewhere and you’re just staring at your laptop screen or books. Read my tips on how to recover and get the job done HERE.
I get it. You applied for a ton of internships (because I told you to apply for at least 10 per semester) and out of all of the opportunities -- the one of the bottom of your list wrote you back immediately. They are interested! They want to set up an interview! You are scared because you don't want them to offer you the position before you hear back from everyone else. What do you do? Here are my thoughts -- in true "Intern Queen" tip format:
Lauren Berger created Intern Queen Inc. in 2009, after successfully completing 15 internships and college and recognizing a need for more internship resources. Her online platform, www.internqueen.com, serves as the home of the business and allows students access to apply for any internship they want free of charge. The site also features daily content on how to make the most of high school, college, and post-grad experiences.