PRO Resource Library

Do you want to make the most out of your job search but aren’t sure where to start?  No need to fear, Career Services is here!  Make your first stop the Resource Library in PRO and check out all of the great articles and videos we have to offer: 

Job search videos from Career spots

If you’re a visual learner, Career Spots should be your first stop.  They offer great video resources such as proper phone etiquette, top 10 interview mistakes, how to handle online video interviews, behavioral interviews, common interviewing questions, and how to interview your interviewer.  These videos are all available on our Career Services website. 

Additional Job Listings

We compile a comprehensive list of over 20 businesses that are constantly hiring and looking for motivated individuals who want to thrive in their field.  You can submit your resume in the links provided and read about each company to see which one would be a good fit for you. 

Federal Government Employment Tips

If you’re looking for a career in the Federal Government, make sure you check out all of the Career Guide articles we have to offer.  It breaks each job down into regions, categories, and examples of successful employment.  Other articles include tips and guides to federal resumes, how to make a difference in the federal field, student programs and internships, and a guide to student loan repayments.   

Job Search and Interview Tips

With fourteen million people unemployed and five people competing for each job opening, forty-four percent of the jobless have been unemployed for twenty weeks or more—and some have been unemployed for two years.  With all the bad news about the job market, you might think there was no hiring activity at all.  Despite all of the bad news, there IS a lot of hiring going on.  However, employers are being very careful about who they chose to fill their positions. This resource links to a PDF of ‘favorite interviewing questions from human resource professionals’.  Does this count as cheating?  Of course not!  Print this off and make sure you feel really comfortable answering all these questions before your interview.  If you can answer these questions with poise and thoughtfulness you will be sure to impress your interviewer and break out of the 44%. 

Job outlook for new graduates updated every academic year

This is my favorite feature in the resource library.  The National Association of Colleges and Employers produces a comprehensive list of the top 10 degrees in demand for that year as well as the specific industries and majors looking for those people.  It then breaks it down further by telling us what exactly those employers are looking for in a candidate and how they will rate you in an interview.  It’s never been easier to come prepared for an interview with this resource at your fingertips.

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