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I Tried to Network With 30 People in 30 Days and This Is What I Learned

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I work from home, and I’ve learned the hard way that remote life isn’t exactly ripe with opportunities to network and make connections. And for someone like me—who leans heavily toward the extroverted side of the spectrum and craves human …

By The Muse
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The Business Analytics Career Landscape in 2019

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In 2019, the career prospects for business analysts continue to be bright as more companies are increasing their investments in big data, business analytics, and AI to stay competitive as they build more data-driven organizations. Market research by International Data …

By Justin H. Fong - Springboard
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5 Tips for Getting an Entry-Level Job Unrelated to Your Major

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It’s increasingly common for college seniors to realize that the major they selected years ago and have been working hard towards completing has no direct path into the workforce. For example, if you majored in History, Philosophy, Anthropology, or Art …

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Military Transitions: A Soldier’s Path to AI

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Growing up, I wanted to be a politician. Solving problems and enacting solutions that could have a real societal benefit was very appealing to me.

Everything seemed to be on track: I studied political science in college and scored a …

By Jon Shepard - Springboard
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What It’s Like Living and Working With a Chronic Illness

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It’s 6 AM and your alarm is going off. You hit the snooze button, hoping for a few more minutes of sleep before you drag yourself out of bed. This is a morning routine most people are familiar with. But …

By The Muse
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