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Category Archives: New Grad

After You Quit – 4 Things You Wish You Could Tell Your Old Boss

Employees and managers routinely go in separate directions and never talk or see each other again. There are often unspoken words when those working relationships end. If by some miracle you had the chance to tell an old boss why you left or … Read More…

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Student Career Journal: Acing the GRE at Mississippi Valley State University

By Andrea Byrd Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU Students about career events, workshops and opportunities on their campus in order to encourage students to take advantage of the career services offered at their school. On Sunday, November 10th … Read More…

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To Make Good Career Choices You Need Honest Self Evaluation

Once you know yourself, finding your path and making career choices will be so much easier! “If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music or Shakespeare wrote poetry.  He … Read More…

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