Category Archives: Internships and Co-ops
Stay in the loop of green jobs in the Twitterverse by following these five accounts!
Written on November 28, 2013 at 3:36 pm, by Rosie Hales
Working with an older or younger employee or employer can be tricky, as your age difference can cause friction around interests, work habits, career plans and m...
Accurate, concise and respectful emails receive more positive and helpful responses.
Using hashtags on social media could be the next big way to seek out job opportunities, #checkitout.
A mentor can be a valuable source when it comes to hatching your career, but how do you find your match?
If you don't ask, you don't get. Whether you’re volunteering, have a part-time job, contract position or are fully employed, it’s important to speak up.
I had arrived prepared, but the very first question was, “Please demonstrate your personality traits through an interpretative dance.”
Phone interviews can be daunting, but never fear! Here are some tips to make your next phone interview less cringeworthy and more likely to get you a job.
Written on September 27, 2013 at 3:26 pm, by Rosie Hales
Quitting your job might be daunting, but being able to walk away from your job positively is the first step in moving forward to a new job, references in hand.
Written on September 20, 2013 at 12:04 pm, by Rosie Hales
Some of TalentEgg's top tips for surviving that post-lunch crash that will also keep you healthy!