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How to SWOT a Pesky Career

SWOT a pesky career - Empire College

As an old standby in the strategic planning process, SWOT can also be applied to your career planning process. During the strategic planning stages, companies use SWOT analysis to convey their current strengths or positives in the marketplace, current weakness or things they can improve on, opportunities that can be taken advantage of, and possible threats that may be avoided or lessened.

Going Up? The Importance of the Elevator Speech

At this point, most people know what an elevator speech is, especially job seekers. Whether or not the origin of the term came from running into important people in elevators or delivering a concise and clear sales pitch in the time it takes to ride an elevator from top to bottom, one thing is certain – it’s important.
Check out just some of the many useful ways an elevator speech can help round out your job hunting arsenal.

Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda: What Job Searchers Wish They Would’ve Known

We’ve all been there during a job interview.  We’ve said something we wish we wouldn’t have or we wish we would have done something differently.  Some job interviews just leave us slamming our hand against our foreheads, saying, “Why did I do that?”

What are the most common job searching mistakes?  We’ve gathered up a few things many job searchers said they wish they would have done or done more of.  Take their advice!
 

Dress for Success: What to Wear and What Not to Wear to a Job Interview

We’d like to think appearance doesn’t matter during the job searching process.  Whether you get the job should be based on your qualifications, education and experience, right?  Truth is, a clean, professional appearance is not just aesthetically pleasing, but it can also tell your future employer a lot about you as a person.  Make the right choice with your wardrobe and you may have a better shot at your dream job!

Here are a few questions to ask yourself when you’re looking through your closet for that perfect interview outfit:

Looks aren’t everything, but how you dress can definitely make a difference

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Everyone has had a job where they worked with that one person – you know, the one who dresses inappropriately or the person who takes casual Friday to a whole other level.

Why you need to get away from work – without taking work with you

How many times have you heard the old cliché “overworked and underpaid”? If you are a member of today’s workforce, chances are you’ve heard many grumblings that signal a need for some time off. While you can’t always control how much you’re getting paid (that’s a whole other topic), taking time away from work is important for several reasons. First of all, you don’t want to burn out, especially if you’re working in a career that you love. It’s hard enough to take your mind off work, even on vacation.

Five Strange Hotel Amenities

When picking the perfect hotel for the perfect getaway, you probably have a checklist of hotel amenities that you consider mandatory. Some of these may include: free Wi-Fi, cable, pool or Jacuzzi, and in-room safe. While it’s important to think ahead and make sure the basics are covered, you may want to consider every amenity your hotel offers before you confirm that reservation. You may be surprised to learn that your hotel offers more than you would expect.

How to Conquer the LSAT

Let’s face it – it’s a scary test.  Here’s how to fight back
   
What did our favorite “Legally Blonde” heroine do to prepare for the LSAT?  When asked how she planned to score at least a 175, Elle Woods quipped, “I once had to judge a tighty-whitey contest for Lambda Kappa Pi.  Trust me, I can handle anything.”

Hopefully, if you’re considering law school, your plan of attack for the LSAT is stronger than poor Elle’s.

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