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New Strategies to Recruit Women Pay Dividends – The Globe and Mail

by Jennifer Lewington

Men typically outnumber women in full-time MBA programs – a gender imbalance that has some Canadian business schools rethinking their pitch to top female candidates. With new strategies, including one-on-one recruitment, partnerships with women leadership organizations and donor-funded awards, schools hope…

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Personal Finance

Why Should a Millennial Start Investing Now?

by Jaskamal Gill

As a Millennial, you have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to put yourself on a comfortable path to retirement.

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Early Career

Mirroring Trend, Texas Women Face Tough Road to Top Business Roles – Dallas News

by Michael A. Lindenberger

WASHINGTON — A woman is mayor of Texas’ largest city, and two others are deans of two of its top law schools. Women have led the University of North Texas, been mayors of Dallas and Fort Worth, served in the U.S….

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Job Search

College Student Tips to Surviving Your Formal Interview

by Angela Coquis

If you are in a business major, it’s pretty certain that you’re going to have to take part in at least one formal interview. They are a little daunting at first, no matter what kind, but with practice and a good idea of the protocol, there’s nothing to fear!

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Job Search

How to Hit the (Recruiting) Ground Running in August

Once recruiting starts, you will have tons of people asking you to sum up everything that’s awesome about you ever. The break you have right now is a really good time to think back over all you’ve accomplished in your professional career and sketch out stories that demonstrate leadership, teamwork, problem-solving, analytical ability – basic things you’ll be asked for in interviews.

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Early Career

Funny Business: 3 Improv Techniques That Help You Succeed at Work

by Precillia Redmond

Precillia participated in a team building session with her manager and peers at an improv theater in Boston. As a big fan of comedy, she expected the experience to be fun. What she didn’t expect was to come out of the day with improv techniques to improve her capabilities as a team member and a manager.

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