Basic Interview Questions You’ll Encounter in the Public Sector

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There are a host of resources you can Google or find on good career search sites such as Glassdoor that offer an array of typically asked interview questions.  You are well advised to do your research and have a good …

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Conservation Job Market Researchers Say, “Not All Doom and Gloom”

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This articled was sent to our office by Erik Hoffner, who is an Environmental Journalist and Photographer. He is an editor for the global news source Mongabay. 

Mongabay interviewed two study co-authors Jane Lucas, who is now doing a postdoc …

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To Accept or Not to Accept: Four Elements Beyond Salary

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Ideally, you want to put in as much thought as possible before you even apply for a job or get to the point of an interview, but in reality sometimes things move so quickly that job-seekers find themselves working backwards. …

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Good News for People Who Overanalyze Everything: “Right” Decisions Don’t Exist

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We all like to weigh our options carefully when we’re making decisions. How many times have you browsed six different sites to find the perfect hotel for your next trip? Or, crowd-sourced opinions from four different friends to pick the …

By The Muse
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The Incredibly Simple Tip That’ll Make Big Projects a Little Less Scary

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Anytime I’ve ever worked on a big project it’s felt overwhelming. That’s true all the way back to my fifth grade report on Frederick Douglass and up to my first cover story for Newsweek about a Nazi hunter. And most …

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10 People on What It Was Like to Be the First (or Only) at Work

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It isn’t easy to do something new. That’s especially true when no one—or no one you can see yourself in—has done it before. Being the first one, or the only one like you, is daunting. And it doesn’t matter on …

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4 Things Other Than Salary You Need To Consider Before Accepting A Job Offer

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Before you start a job, you need to decide whether to accept a job offer. And over the course of your career, some will be no-brainers; others will be a little trickier.

Take these scenarios.

You get an offer that’s …

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4 Signs That Show An Employer Is Serious About Its Company Culture

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“Company culture” can seem like a pretty intangible thing, especially when you’re thinking about your first job. You might not have the experience to know what actually makes it more than just an HR slogan.

Company culture is made up …

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IU Summer Camp Jobs Fair

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Looking for a summer job? Want a position that will allow you to grow as a leader, and team member? Consider a position in one of the many camps around the country in attendance at the IU Summer Camp Jobs …

By Carly Nicholson
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School of Public Health 2019 Spring Career Fair

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Join the School of Public Health for their 2019 Spring Career Fair on January 17th from 4-7pm in the IMU Alumni Hall.

Students interested in the following health-related fields should consider attending:

Public Health & Safety
Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation

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