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Career Resources at NYU Shanghai
This guide shares career related resources and services for NYU Shanghai students.
Vault provides information on what it's like to work within an industry, company, or profession. It provides rankings, ratings, and reviews on employers and (U.S.) internship programs. There is advice on resumes, interviews, networking, as well as employer, career, and interviewing guidebooks in various industries.
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Resumes get an average of eight seconds of attention before going in the trash--or getting on the shortlist. This concise resource features the latest research on important resume topics such as key words, soft skills, scanning software, social media, and online posting.
In this guidebook to securing the job of your choice, you'll learn how to: determine what jobs are a good match for you; write cover letters that hiring managers notice; tailor a résumé to the position you're seeking to fill; and, make a great first impression on job interviews. If you're serious about winning the game, you need to prepare--and it starts with equipping yourself with the insights and strategies.
Infused with real-life examples, self-analysis exercises, and advice from an industry professional, Rip the Resume is more than a "how to write a better resume" book; it's a proven system designed to challenge job seekers to take complete control and responsibility during a job search. Follow a ground-breaking roadmap on your journey to becoming the candidate that employers are seeking.
This guide will show you what employers are looking for so you can write the perfect cover letter! In 50 minutes you will be able to: • Avoid common pitfalls when writing cover letters • Identify the most effective ways to capture the employer’s attention • Understand the differences between an emailed cover letter and one sent by post ABOUT 50MINUTES.COM | COACHING.
Gone are the days of polishing up your resume and sending it out at random. At every level today, you need to “lose the resume” in order to land the right job. In other words, you have to learn to tell a story about yourself that speaks to your competencies, purpose, passion, and values. Lose the Resume, Land the Job shares the new rules of engagement: How you must think, act, and present yourself so you can win. It helps you gain a deeper perspective on who you are, what you’re passionate about, the cultures in which you fit, the kind of bosses you should work for, and where you can bring the most value to organizations.