Andrew Bogue

preparing for a career fair

Preparing for a Career Fair: 3 Tips from a Hiring Expert

After searching for a new job for a while, it can feel sort of like you’re performing a one-person show entitled, “The Story of My Career” for employers. You practice your lines, meticulously plan your costume (typically a suit) and prepare to hit the stage with confidence for every performance. If a job interview is […]

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stand out in a job interview

3 Unconventional Ways to Stand Out in a Job Interview

“I’m a team player.” “I guess my greatest weakness is that I work too hard.” “What sets me apart? Hard work!” Yawn. Let’s face it, a generic job interview can be pretty boring. If you get the feeling that your responses are snooze-worthy, imagine how your interviewer feels. After reviewing a ton of applications and […]

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business lunches

Pass the Faux Pas: 5 Tips for Successful Business Lunches

When my grandma would ask me what my strongest subject was in school, I used to announce proudly, “lunch!” (I was only half-kidding.) To my pint-sized self, it seemed like a fairly safe answer; “who could be bad at lunch?” I thought. It wasn’t until years later, once I had grown out of period 4 […]

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maintaining your resume

Maintaining Your Resume (Even If You Have a Job)

John F. Kennedy, a man whose career makes for one heck of a resume, once remarked, “the time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining.” As should be expected, his words make sense. After all, mid-catastrophe is a terrible time to start a new project. The added stress and condensed time frame […]

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job interview prep

The Comprehensive Job Interview Prep Plan Podcast

When you’re knee-deep in job applications, it might feel like just waiting to hear anything back from employers might be the hardest part of the whole process. Until, that is, you finally get your opportunity to come into an office for a job interview. Transforming words on a piece of paper into a compelling conversation […]

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