Turn Your Internship into a Full-Time Job with These Strategies

The probability of an internship converting into a full-time role varies from company to company. In certain cases, an employer will be transparent about how often they provide interns with a direct path toward full-time employment, and other times it …

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How to Apply for a Job Online: 10 Tips to Stand Out and Land an Interview

Applying for jobs online has become the norm. Generally, it’s a win-win situation for both sides involved: Job seekers have a broad range of opportunities and the convenience of applying for multiple jobs from home, while employers can leverage automated …

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Being a Team Player: Why College Athletes Succeed in Business

Published by Harvard Business School
by Rachel Layne

A study by Harvard Professor Paul Gompers of more than 400,000 athletes probes how the rigors of college sports can help people climb the corporate ladder faster and into higher-paying positions.

https://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/being-a-team-player-why-college-athletes-succeed-in-business?cid=wk-rss

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5 Skills to Transition from Athletics to Work Experience

Being a student-athletes has its advantages and disadvantages when it comes to career preparation, but here are five unique skills developed through involvement in sports that can give you an upper hand on the competition.

Published by Game Plan

https://www.wearegameplan.com/blog-posts/athlete-to-career

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Student-Athletes as Sought-After Business Recruits

Student-athletes across the spectrum often gain strong mindsets and skills that equip them for effective workplace collegiality and leadership.

Published by Forbes
by Gregory Crawford, Forbes Council Member

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbusinesscouncil/2022/11/14/student-athletes-as-sought-after-business-recruits/?sh=3d5b07732bd8

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From Field to Office: Transferable Skills for Student Athletes in the Workplace

Recent graduates who are about to enter the workforce for the first time will face many challenges. When applying for entry-level positions they may lack certain skills that potential employers are looking for, and when starting work for the first …

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Becoming Full Professor While Black

In “Becoming Full Professor While Black“, Marlene L. Daut shares her journey to becoming a full professor, highlighting the racism she faced in academia. Despite institutional and social supports for motherhood, Daut’s career was repeatedly threatened by overt …

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Everything to Know About Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF)

Editor’s note: At Idealist, we’re experts in the social-impact sector. But what we’re not experts on is student loan forgiveness. The objective of the following piece is to offer a general overview of the program and to point you in …

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Fact Sheet: The State of Women in the Labor Market in 2023

The Fact Sheet: The State of Women in the Labor Market in 2023 highlights impressive employment gains for women driven by the strong economic recovery. Despite the pandemic’s impact, prime-age women’s employment has returned to pre-pandemic levels, reaching 100% of …

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Don’t Let Student Loan Debt Keep You From Your Dream Job

Graduation season has arrived for students at universities across the country, and with it, the reality of how much it costs to finance one’s degree in the US. According to recent data, the average class of 2024 graduate owed $28,950 …

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How to Transition from Academia to the Technology Industry

Sometimes, your career can feel like a “Choose Your Own Adventure” book. Within a “Choose Your Own Adventure” book, the reader is often prompted with choices throughout the story. Choose “A” and suddenly you are floating down a crocodile-laced river. …

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