Tagged Career Blog Posts
Today on the Career Blog, I am sharing an interview with Jean Bedord, an iSchool faculty member and an independent information professional.
Today I bring you insight from Scott Brown, who keeps himself busy not only with a full-time job, but with various side gigs and projects. He has a lot of good things to say about his internship experience as well as smart ways to think about your skills.
I don’t know if you’ve heard, but there’s an election next Tuesday. Throughout America, from the top of the ballot to the bottom, there are choices for us to make.
Library Journal has released its annual “Placements & Salaries” survey, and there’s a lot to comb through.
If you're familiar with the iSchool, then you're familiar with (at least) the name of Dr. Sandra Hirsh. She's our director, as well as a professor, writer and researcher. In her career, Dr.
You spend a lot of time learning how to network, practicing your networking skills, and following-up with your new networking connections but how can you keep these connections alive over time? Great question!
Today I am pleased to present some words of wisdom from Dr. Sue Alman. As you will read, her career has covered a lot of ground!
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For many of us, networking sounds terrible, not fun, icky, boring, an activity for “old people” (where “old” = whatever you think!), overrated, old-school, intimidating, awkward, anxiety-inducing, formal, and other less-than-optimal adjectives.