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  1. What to consider before accepting a job offer

    Trust your instincts and take note of how you feel about a job before you go ahead and accept an offer, executive career coach Mikaela Kiner says. Career coach Dana Manciagli recommends reviewing the job description and asking yourself if you want to spend your workdays on those tasks. Glassdoor (5/18)
    21 May 2018 13:10:30 CDThttps://www.glassdoor.com/blog/right-job-offer/
  2. Consider these nontenure-track academic careers

    Professionals contemplating a career in academia have various jobs they can explore, including nontenure-track teaching jobs and positions in diversity offices or libraries, writes David McDonald, assistant director of graduate services at Duke University Career Center. To find the best fit, McDonald suggests matching skills and desires with different available options. Inside Higher Ed (5/21)
    21 May 2018 13:10:30 CDThttp://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2018/05/21/suggestions-alt-ac-careers-may-be-overlooked-opinion
  3. Why it's best to be curious during job interviews

    FastCoDesign (5/19)
    21 May 2018 13:10:30 CDThttps://www.fastcompany.com/40574192/4-ways-to-show-curiosity-in-job-interviews-and-why-you-need-to
  4. Study: 43% of households don't earn enough for basics

    Forty-three percent of households struggle to afford basic living expenses, including food, housing, transportation and health care, according to a study by the United Way ALICE Project. The study finds that 16.1 million households fall below the poverty line and that 34.7 million households earn less than what they need "to survive in the modern economy." CNNMoney (5/18)
    21 May 2018 13:10:30 CDThttp://money.cnn.com/2018/05/17/news/economy/us-middle-class-basics-study/index.html
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