Navigating the job search process, enduring a career transition or becoming a new hire can be challenging, especially in today's economy. To help you sort through the confusion and give direction to your professional growth, the Alumni Association and Career Development Center (CDC) have partnered to bring our graduates the information, tips and advice needed to ensure success. Whether you're a recent graduate just starting your job hunt or a seasoned professional looking for ways to take your career to the next level, we're here to help. CDC provides a number of services and resources to assist Binghamton University alumni with career concerns.
It's that time of year again - graduation season! Next month, thousands of new Binghamton University alumni will leave campus filled with ambition to make an impact in the working world. We encourage you to participate in the Alumni Career Network on B-Connected, the online alumni community. By doing so, you could be a resource to our new alumni, providing career advice or maybe even offering a job.
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15 Myths and misconceptions about job hunting
By now, you have more than likely heard so many clichés and misconceptions about the job search process, but what should be believed and what should be ignored? Quintcareers.com has the answers in this article.
Top 10 online job search tips
The Internet has made job searching easier in some ways, and more difficult in other ways. Without proper focus, it's easy to spend time in a way that spins your wheels. In this CareerBuilder.com article, read about a more precise way to search available jobs so you can skip the headache and get hired.
What not to say in a job interview
Job interviews can be stressful. Sometimes you’re so busy anticipating the next question that you say something, well, embarrassing. This FINS Finance article details the verbal traps that job seekers often find themselves in during the interview.
Nonverbal communications: escape the pitfalls
When walking into an interview, one usually doesn’t think of anything past, “are my hands sweaty?” But, nonverbal communication includes much more, and is vital to the interview process. This Monster.com article explores nonverbal prompts that can communicate a confident you.
10 important Twitter career resources
This Careeerbuilder.com article introduces Twitter accounts that can help you sift through the spam to find the job that suits you best.
Tips for Gen Y: how to engage boomers at work
This FOX Business article discusses the importance of relating respectfully and eloquently to your more experienced colleagues.