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4 Tips for Starting your Job Search

By Lauren Beam (’07), Associate Director, Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development, at Wake Forest University

Whether you are searching for your first job out of college, or have been ...

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The Big Return: Tips for Workforce Re-Entry

By Laura Harrell (’92), Director of Engagement Programs in the Office of Alumni Engagement at Wake Forest University

In September of 2012, I returned to campus with my family to celebrate my ...

You Don't Need to Follow a Clear Career Path to Get Ahead

Are you trying to figure out your “career path,” or, “how do I get there from here?” As Scott Anthony Barlow tells us in The Daily Muse, the key is not trying to find a straight line to follow ...

Tips for Considering a Career Change

By Jessica Long (’05), Assistant Director of Career Education and Coaching in the Office of Personal & Career Development at Wake Forest University

We all get to that point in life where we ...

Gen Y: Questions to Ask Yourself When Considering a Job Change

Gen Y: Questions to Ask Yourself When Considering a Job Change, written by Lauren Beam for the Huffington Post, February 7, 2017

Members of Generation Y, the Millennial Generation, can expect to ...

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