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Essential Career Advice for Recent College Grads: Watch the Video, Download the Free Book

9780553446968The career marketplace has never been more competitive, chaotic and difficult to maneuver.  Recent grads from small liberal arts colleges to large public universities continue to grapple with a harsh, ever-changing job market.  Executive search firm partner and The Career Playbook author James M. Citrin recently lead a webinar to arm teachers, professors and parents with the tools to help young people launch their careers.

In the webinar, Citrin explained what employers look for in talent acquisition, outlined essential steps for building a successful career, and spoke to the importance of career services professionals.  Please click here to watch a video recording of the webinar, and here to view the PowerPoint presentation.  Additionally, click here to watch James M. Citrin’s recent interview on The Today Show.

A free guide is also available, featuring advice for parents, educators, and career services professionals and can be downloaded and shared here.

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A Road-Map For Students Transitioning To College

9780553419634By Caroline Webb, author of How to Have a Good Day: Harness the Power of Behavioral Science to Transform Your Working Life (Crown Business, February 2016).

Going to college is one of life’s big leaps. For the first time, students are expected to take responsibility for their choices – and there are a lot of them to make. They need to pick classes, sign up for extracurricular activities, and decide how often to do their laundry. They’re figuring out who they are and working out how to impress their new peers. And somehow, amid all that, they need to organize themselves to get work done. It’s as if they’re taking an unfamiliar new job in a foreign country, but without the benefit of any past life experience to draw on. Continue reading

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