job huntingWhether you’re a first-year student years away from the job hunt, a graduating senior faced with finding a job, or someone returning to the job-hunting landscape, there are many ways to stand out as an applicant.  You can dress the ‘part’ in a interview, be prompt, and  follow-up after an interview.  These actions  can help you advance your job hunting experience. There are, however, other small things that can add up to make your job hunting experience a negative one.

According to GovCentral, standing out as the ‘best of the best’ isn’t always what you do in your job hunting process.  Rather, it can be what you don’t do. GovCentral reveals the top ten mistakes that could cost you your dream job. Read about the mistakes you want to avoid and tips on how to make your job search the most rewarding! And don’t forget, Career Services is here to support you as you embark on your job search.  Whether you are a first time job seeker or a seasoned pro,  our career counselors have the tools and expertise to help you demonstrate why you’re the ideal candidate for the job!

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