Career Advice

From Marc Cenedella
Marc Cenedella

The world's leading venture capitalist of today shared the career advice below almost a decade ago. While the advice is targeted at the young, I think the experienced ought to pay heed.

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7 Alumni Networking Don'ts

Avoid these missteps to be sure you are using your alumni network effectively in your job search.

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How to Know When Your Personal Brand Isn't Working

Attention to detail and small tweaks can get you back on track.

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Job Search 102, expensive articles we wrote for professionals like you

Last week I told you about the importance of getting your resume professionally written. This week I want to talk to you about Job Search 102.

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Time Management and the Job Search When Unemployed

Adding structure to your job search can be a key component to helping you succeed.

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Showcase Your Personal Brand in Your Cover Letter

3 ways to highlight your unique value proposition.

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Why I hired you

This week, I'd like to tell you what you can do about the things that are within your control on the job search — your resume, your interview and your process. And next week, I'll cover those that are out of your control and how to handle them.

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How Your Personal Brand Can Get You Hired

Focusing on the whole package can help make you the perfect candidate.

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The (Weak) Ties That Bind

Turning a second-tier contact into an opportunity in the job search.

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Don't ignore the December recruiter

Rather than allowing your holiday schedule to get in the way of your search, double down and make an extra effort to be proactive this December.

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My hands are sweating and I can't breathe

Nervousness before a job interview is the same for a million-dollar job as it is for the entry-level gig. Here are ten things you can do to chill out and relax a little before, during and after the interview…

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