The Web’s Best Career Advice – Weekly Roundup v.1

27 11 2012

This week, I’m trying something new.  Don’t worry – this will supplement each week’s posts that are released on Tuesdays.  Since this is the first post of its kind, I’m highlighting it now.  This is simply something I thought you’d appreciate.  After all, the whole point of Campus to Career is to pay it forward.  Here is some of the best career advice I found on the web this week.  Look for another original post on Thursday.  Next week, we’ll resume our regularly scheduled program.  Enjoy!

What’s the weirdest interview question you’ve ever been asked?  It’s all about being prepared, but some of these are pretty far out there.  Check out the 10 Terrifyingly Tricky Interview Questions from AT&T to Zappos! Click here to read the full article.

We all want to get promoted, right?  What do we need to do to make that happen?  Check out Forbes’ Top 6 Communication Skills That Will Get You Promoted for a few tips.  Also, don’t forget to find a mentor.  It can make all the difference!

Want to know what the “Must-Have Job Skills for 2013” are?  Click here to read a great article from The Wall Street Journal.  Will 2013 be your breakout year?

Working on your elevator pitch?  Click here to see the seven key components to help make yours pitch-perfect.

Heidi Klum knows a thing or two about the job search. Want to find out what she and other supermodels have discovered?  Read this.

Looking for a little happiness?  Check out Inc. Magazine’s 9 Daily Habits That Will Make You Happier.

That’s it!  I read dozens of articles a week, scouring the web for great pieces of advice to pass on here at Campus to Career.  I hope you enjoy this.  Please let me know!  I’m always looking to improve the quality of content and your user experience.  Leave a comment below or email me directly at kirk.baumann@att.net.  Have a great week!

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28 11 2012
Noah Parsons (@noahparsons)

Thanks for including a link to my article on pitching! Glad you found it useful.

The Inc article on happiness is a good find. Thanks for sharing that.

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