10 Tips to Help You Land Your First Marketing Job

So you want to get into marketing. Perhaps you studied marketing in college and are ready to apply what you’ve learned in the real world. Or you had a different major but have been leaning toward marketing as a career …

By Kevin Payne - The Muse
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Here’s How to Write a Resume for Your Very First Job (Plus, an Example!)

So you’re applying to your first job and you’ve gotten to the portion of the job application that reads, “Upload resume here” or “Email your resume to…” Now what?

Don’t sweat it. Literally every single person who has ever submitted …

By Dana Hundley - The Muse
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Dear Recent College Grads, Here’s How to Write a Great Cover Letter

A job search can quickly become a full-time job on its own. As a recent graduate looking for your next step, you might be tempted to attach your resume and click apply without bothering to send an accompanying cover letter. …

By Meredith Pepin - The Muse
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8 High-Paying Marketing Jobs to Add to Your Wish List

Marketing is one of the most diverse career paths you can pursue. No matter what kind of background, skills, or strengths you bring to the table, chances are there’s a marketing role out there that would be the right fit.

By Deanna deBara - The Muse
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This Free Worksheet Makes It Easy to Create (or Update) Your Resume

You already know how important your resume is to your job search. But pulling together and organizing all the information you need can be really intimidating. That’s why we’ve created a tool that will make writing your resume easier and …

By Stav Ziv - The Muse
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Here’s How Unconscious Racial Bias Can Creep Into Recommendation Letters—and How You Can Avoid It

Got a great student, junior scholar, or former employee who is a person of color (POC)? Planning to write them a super letter of reference? That’s great. Remember that letters of reference can make or break a candidate’s application for …

By Asmeret Asefaw Berhe and Sora Kim - The Muse
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The Secret Perks of Night Shifts

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Enjoying nights at the hospital is a matter of perspective

It’s four o’clock in the morning.

You’re sharing popcorn with co-workers from an emesis basin. You rewarm coffee that was too thick and bitter the first time around. …

By David Beran, DO - Hospital Recruiting
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Quick Tips for Building a Strong UX Portfolio

Before you can apply to jobs, you need to ensure that your UX design resume and portfolio are as strong as possible. These act as an introduction to your experience and skills for recruiters and hiring managers who are assessing …

By Kevin Wu - Springboard
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2 Ways To Improve Your UI/UX Design Resume

If you are just beginning to embark on your UX/UI design job search, your first step should be a strong resume that showcases your skills, experience, and impact. Whether you are finishing a degree program, online bootcamp, or online refresher …

By Kevin Wu - Springboard
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3 Ways Structural Racism Could Be Hurting You at Work—and How to Navigate Them

I thought it was a good meeting. Productive. Engaging. Kinetic. Crammed in a windowless conference room with fifteen of my colleagues and my dog to boot, we reshaped a proposed idea into a fully fleshed-out project plan by identifying its …

By Jodi-Ann Burey - The Muse
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