"career planning" Archive

Preparing for Re-Entry

As we hopefully start to see some light at the end of this tunnel, many workplaces are contemplating what it means to go back to work after the pandemic. Does everyone come back to the office? ...

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4 Steps to Negotiate Your First Salary

By Chelsea Keen, M.Ed. (’12), Career Coach and Founder of Uplifted Ambitions Career Coaching

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Chelsea Keen is a results-oriented career coach who empowers ambitious early ...

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Use UX Strategies to Land a Job You Love

In this article from Medium, Wake Forest alumna Sam Larsen (’16) shares how she used strategies as a UX researcher to manage her job search. She breaks down eight specific approaches that you can ...

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Frameworks for Intelligent Decision-Making

Decisions, decisions, if there is anything that sums up adulthood it might be that it’s an endless litany of decisions for which we often feel ill-prepared. Sometimes these decisions are of the ...

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Thinking of Joining a Start-up? Here are a Few Considerations

By Rachel Lord (‘13), Strategy and Operations at Clearbit in San Francisco, CA

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Ninety percent of start-ups fail. With venture backed start-ups, the investor’s business ...

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