Building a Résumé for Work in China

February 01, 2018

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...

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Top Ten Reasons to Visit the Career Center

January 11, 2018

1. We know what we’re doing.

Together our Career Advisors have over 60 years of experience advising students on their careers! That’s countless hours of connecting with students and helping them figure out what they want to do and how to get there.

2. It’s a nice break from classes.

Getting tired of your usual work-class...

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On-Campus Recruiting

September 05, 2017

As the on-campus recruiting coordinator for the Career Center, I work with all types of employers who want to hire Ducks. This is one of those rare times in your life when you have exclusive access to employers from all different industries, roles, and experience coming to campus to hire YOU.

Take advantage of opportunities to meet and connect with employers and professionals through...

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LinkedIn Part I: Your Profile and Personal Brand

August 14, 2017

With more than 500 million users, 10 million jobs, 9 million companies, and 24 languages, you’ve probably already heard of this professional-oriented social media site. Used correctly, LinkedIn communicates similar information as a résumé and provides positive information about you.

But what does that mean for a student without lots of experience? Is it an online location for your...

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