Why Winter Is the Time to Think About Summer

Winter is the time of year when doing the bare minimum and sleeping in seems like the best way to spend the day…but don’t let that mentality get in the way of your hustle! Companies start their hunt for applicants for their programs, internships, and jobs early, so now is the opportune time to start making summer plans.

Even though the timing may seem a bit early, working on applications and submitting them as soon as possible will help you meet the employer’s deadline and gives you a higher chance of getting hired.

Building a Résumé for Work in China

If you’re considering work in China, preparing a Chinese-style or Mandarin résumé will increase your odds of getting hired. Chinese résumés share similarities with US résumés, but there are many differences that job seekers should be aware of when preparing a résumé for use in China.

Similarities between résumés in China and the US

1. Provides a summary of your work history

Both countries use résumés to screen applicants. The most effective résumés in both countries will address the needs of an employer.

What Is So Great About Working On Campus?

There are many reasons to get a job while you’re in college. Whether you need one to pay your tuition, want extra spending money, or just want to gain skills, there’s no question that getting a job is a great idea. Read on for some of the benefits for getting a job on campus.

1. Make money

We’re going to lead with this, because that’s a huge benefit to working! Not only will you bring home a paycheck, but you’ll also be earning a decent pay. With a few exceptions, all student on-campus jobs pay at least minimum wage (currently $10.25 an hour).

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