Career Development Tips

Advance your career by taking advantage of the many opportunities afforded to you in graduate school. From jobs as a TA (Teacher’s Assistant) to internships, part-time jobs and fellowships, there are a multitude of ways for you to develop your career while still in school. Get help writing your resume, preparing for interviews and landing your desired position after graduating from your Masters or PH.D. program.

Career Development: Hard Skills and Soft Skills

Career Development: Hard Skills and Soft Skills

Preference for hard skills versus soft skills is a key career development consideration.  Hard skills, where there is definite knowledge and expertise, is preferable to many people.  Soft skills, which includes such things as communications and ‘people skills’, may be your preference.  Ideally, anyone will have some combination of both – but there is an …

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Career Development: Highly or Loosely Structured Approach

Career Development: Highly or Loosely Structured Approach

You may prefer a more structured environment…or a more loosely structured environment.  It’s a personal preference, and in all likelihood any environment will necessarily have elements of both.  Your preference, and the jobs and environments that you desire will surely have a clear influence on how you develop your career – and your skills.  In …

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Top Teaching Jobs that Require a Masters Degree

A trip down career planning lane can lead into many directions but the best direction for you is clarified only with the best information. To experience a career with longevity untold, set your sights on the classroom using this article on teaching jobs that require a master’s degree.