Gettysburg Jobs Questions & Answers

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How do I follow up on a job interview without being annoying?

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I need to find a job that's part-time. Where is a good place to start?

Contact your university's career center to find their list of on and off-campus jobs! Many on-campus jobs are designed to be part-time,... (more)Read 1 Answer
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How much money should you be willing to spend to get to job interviews?

I would spend up to $20 to get to and from an interview. However, you have to consider that if you get the job, then you will need to... (more)Read 2 Answers
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What are the best tips to prepare for a job interview?

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How do I know which of my activities are best to put on my resume?

Depending on whether you're making a resume for graduate school or to find a job will determine what to include! There's probably a... (more)Read 1 Answer
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My schedule this semester didn't work out like I planned and I'm only going to have one day a week that I can really work for a solid block of uninterrupted time. How can I tell my boss about this without losing my job and what are some suggestions on how I can still work with my busy schedule?

Definitely tell your boss right away that way they have time to shift schedules around if needed. Make sure your boss knows how much you... (more)Read 2 Answers
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What should I include in my LinkedIn summary?

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What was your first full-time job? What did you learn from it?

My first full-time job was a camp director position. I very quickly learned that my coworkers were not as educated as I was and I didn't... (more)Read 1 Answer
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How do I know if a remote position is right for me?

You have to know yourself and your work habits really well in order to discover whether working remotely will work for you. If you thrive... (more)Read 2 Answers
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I am thinking about completely changing my career path, even though I am a senior in college. Is this a bad idea? I want to try something new, but if I fail I have to go back to square-one. How do I approach this situation, as I am very much set on changing my career path?

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How far back should my job experiences go on my resume?

Your resume should be no longer than one page. I would say that the types of experiences/dates of your experiences depends on your age.... (more)Read 1 Answer
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What are some best networking practices for LinkedIn? How do y'all go about interacting with your LinkedIn followers, especially if they don't already know you?

Be sure to post regularly and to go through your feed and interact with other people's posts, just like you would on facebook or twitter.... (more)Read 2 Answers
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I am a first semester senior. When should I start applying to full-time jobs for after I graduate?

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When is the appropriate time to start applying for jobs if I graduate in May?

It honestly depends on the field you are going into. People who are going into finance, banking, private equity, etc. usually are... (more)Read 2 Answers
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When applying to a position, should you always submit a cover letter? Or only when the application specifies that it's necessary?

A cover letter is always best and you want to show yourself and your skills off to best advantage. Obviously if it is an online... (more)Read 2 Answers
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I was on the hunt for a job and sent my resume to many places. Now that I already have a job, they keep on calling with interests in hiring me. How do I respectfully turn them down?

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When is the best time to start looking for a summer job?

The sooner the better. Searching for a summer job of any kind is time-consuming and stressful, so make sure you are doing your research... (more)Read 1 Answer
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If you're working a 9-5 job every day, how do you beat random slumps of sleepiness midway through the day (other than taking short breaks every so often and diving deep into your work)?

I set myself goals to hit throughout the day and when I accomplish them, I give myself some kind of reward or break. Just finished... (more)Read 2 Answers
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I made a connection with someone this summer who could be great in helping me find a job after I graduate. He said to "keep in touch," but how should I go about that? I don't want to be annoying, but I also know you are not only supposed to reach out when you need the job.

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What are the best ways to explain an interdisciplinary studies major to a possible employer?

Emphasize the versatility you have developed as a result. We don't even live in a world that separates into disciplines; our world is... (more)Read 1 Answer

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