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What do you do if an employer asks for a pay stub or proof of income during an interview?

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I was recently working with a job candidate going through the interview process that was asked by the employer to bring a pay stub/W-2 form to the interview. I found it rather concerning as did the candidate.

On initial request, …

By Sarah David
Sarah David Associate Director & Career Coach Sarah David
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Are Your Listening Skills Sabotaging Your Personal and Professional Relationships?

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In Listen With Integrity To Build Successful Relationships, Marcus Straub discusses how different behaviors limit the effectiveness of your communications, and hinder your relationships with others.

If you would like additional information on this or any other facet of career …

By Mitch Lederman
Mitch Lederman Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching Mitch Lederman
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Getting the Most Out of LinkedIn’s New Features

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Just when you think you have figured out how to use LinkedIn they update the platform. For those of us that have been long-time users of LinkedIn, it can be challenging to navigate where they have moved components, what remained …

By Sarah David
Sarah David Associate Director & Career Coach Sarah David
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Mays MBA Student Places in PepsiCo Case Competition

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 Mays Business School Full-Time MBA student Russell Cardon, MBA Class of 2019, and his team won third place and $3,000 in the 2017 PepsiCo MBA Invitational Business Case Competition at Texas Christian University on October 27-28.  Russell Cardon of Texas …

By Kim Austin
Kim Austin Director Kim Austin
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I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned

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In “I Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I Learned,” Robert Coombs talks about his experiences with online applications. Of particular note are his observations regarding “Less Applying, More Networking,” specifically: 1) It’s …

By Mitch Lederman
Mitch Lederman Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching Mitch Lederman
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