Should You Become a Product Manager in 2023?

Many tech professionals follow a product manager career path because it blends responsibilities and exciting job duties.

Product managers are often called “mini-CEOs” because of the influence they have on a company. They manage complex products and work with team …

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Can You Use ChatGPT to Prepare for Technical Interviews?

We’ve asked ChatGPT for general interview advice and tested how well ChatGPT writes cover letters and resumes. This time, we got a little more specific and tested ChatGPT for technical interviews.

Once again, the results were mixed. But this time, …

By Rachel Pelta - Forage
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The Job Seeker’s Social Media Survival Kit

For better or worse, social media is part of the hiring process. According to a 2020 survey, 45 percent of hiring managers and human resources professionals on Ivy Exec said they “always” check candidates’ social media profiles. With another 30 …

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New Collar Jobs: Why Companies Are Prioritizing Skills Over School

The skills versus degree debate has consumed hiring for years. What matters more, a candidate’s skill set or degree? Does it matter if they received higher education? How can we measure their skills if they don’t? Then, new collar jobs …

By Zoe Kaplan - Forage
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Women Executives’ Advice on Changing Up Workplace Demographics

By Danielle Hess

Over the years, there’s been much talk about the makeup of Fortune 500 CEOs and how women and people of color are lacking at the top.

While some progress has been made, there’s much work to be …

By Tamar Celis
Tamar Celis Career Advising Specialist
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Fortune: Long COVID has forced millions out of work and wiped out $170 billion in wages annually. Here’s how employers can avoid losing talent this winter

BY PAIGE MCGLAUFLIN

Winter is quickly approaching, marking yet another turn around the sun for the COVID-19 pandemic. But there is a silver lining when it comes to inoculation progress. More than 80% of the U.S. population has received at …

By Tamar Celis
Tamar Celis Career Advising Specialist
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I Receive 100s of Resumes a Day — Here Are 3 Ways I’ve Seen Career Changers Make Their Skills Shine

When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a marine biologist.

As a teenager, I wanted to represent children and their families in their medical malpractice claims.

For a short while, in my early twenties, I wanted to …

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Is Energy a Good Career Path?

Is energy a good career path? It’s definitely one that permeates our lives more than we may know — from the water we drink to the heater we turn on in the winter to the gas we use to fuel our …

By Zoe Kaplan - Forage
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How Many Work Hours Are In a Year?

How many work hours are in a year? It’s important to know — not just for your paycheck but also for your work-life balance, work schedule, and choosing when you take time off. In this guide, we’ll show you how many …

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Top Tips for Searching for an Out-of-State Job

When searching for a job, there are many factors to consider in your decision-making process like: the salary, the new role you would take on, the additional benefits, the environment at your job, and how this progresses your career. There …

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