**This article features Selena Rezvani's advice and originally appeared in CBS MoneyWatch by Amy Levin-Epstein on 10/21/2013.**
If your family budget or high school grades didn't allow you to attend a first-rate college, you might be experiencing negative repercussions during your job search or interviews. Certainly, going to a top-tier college can open doors, but not attending one doesn't close them and can even work in your favor, experts say:
Wondering how to maximize your time on LinkedIn? If so, check out my latest podcast for the Pennsylvania Governor's Conference for Women. In it, I talk about how to improve your LinkedIn profile and leverage LinkedIn when networking. See the full writeup below and click the link here to take a listen. What LinkedIn tips would you add?
This week I had the pleasure of being an expert guest on Huffington Post Live - talking about how millenials can learn and use negotiation, even amidst a difficult job market. I also had the chance to comment on what employers can expect from millenials. You can check out the full panel video here: http://on.aol.com/video/the-millennials-guide-to-salary-and-benefits-517908920
**This article features Selena Rezvani's advice and originally appeared in CBS MoneyWatch by Amy Levin-Epstein on 08/15/2013.**
Given the tight labor market, it's tempting to immediately accept any job offer you might get. But how can you tell if a prospective employer is making the best financial offer for the position in question? Here are six ways to figure out if a company is low-balling you:
Recently I had the pleasure of being a guest on the NBC10 Show, sharing 6 actions you can take to move your job search forward. I wanted to be sure and share these tips here in case you missed the show. As you read these, remember, the key to finding work in tough times is action!
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