12 tips for new grads seeking remote job opportunities

During the peak years of the Covid pandemic, about half of employees worked remotely, mostly from home offices. The other half were almost all in occupations that required them to be on-site, including jobs in retail and hospitality.

Over the …

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12 tips for securing a tech internship in a soft labor market

Let’s be honest. It is far harder to land a technology-related internship or other early career job right now than it was even two years ago. Instead of employers hiring every technologist they could find, those same employers are now …

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Department of Homeland Security Proposal to Amend Regulations Governing H-1B Workers and F-1 Students Under Review

This article is originally published by Klasko

September 22, 2023

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has proposed a rule to amend H-1B requirements and oversight for H-1B specialty occupation workers and F-1 students with timely filed H-1B Cap subject …

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Product Designer vs. UX Designer: What’s the Difference?

When you use any app on your phone, you probably don’t think about the colors or fonts you’re seeing. And you may not consider why you tap this or swipe that — unless it isn’t working! But everything you see and …

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3 Tips for Building a Strong Reference List

When a hiring manager asks for your references, it’s usually a sign that you’ve made it to the final stages of the hiring process. So how can you choose references that will help you seal the deal and not give …

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10 Red Flags That Suggest You Need to Create a Healthier Company Culture

It might be difficult to admit that your company culture is struggling. After all, many companies pride themselves on providing safe spaces for employees and being collaborative and empowering places to work. 

Plus, many people prioritize culture when they’re job …

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6 Things to Do Before Starting a New Job

Congratulations! You’ve accepted a job offer and are getting ready to begin your new opportunity. While it’s tempting to sit back and relax until you start your new job, taking advantage of this period can make a significant difference in …

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7 job search tips for Latinx students, recent grads

For years, many in the United States and other countries used “Hispanic” to refer to people who live in or whose ancestors came from anywhere in Latin America, which is commonly defined as Mexico, Central America, South America, and the …

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Transforming Toxic Workplaces: Strategies to Reclaim Company Vitality and Trust

It may come into effect when your focus moves elsewhere, or you could have gained it when you assumed a new position.

But once you see that your workplace is toxic, you can’t turn away.

Toxic workplaces drain the company …

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Moving Beyond Employee Experience: Nurturing Genuine Commitment in Executive Leadership

According to a recent Gallup poll, 51% of workers actively seek new jobs. In part, this is because of an employment boom that’s seeking high-performing candidates. 

But what would happen if your top executive leaders left your organization? 

“Want a …

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