Rural Medicine: Go Small to Win Big

Walking into a four-bed emergency department for the first time, I was greeted with an ambulance call. The paramedic excitedly reported two people were ejected from a vehicle and in critical condition – ETA 10 minutes. As I turned to greet …

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3 Key Steps to Landing Entry Level Data Science Jobs

If you want to become an entry level data scientist, you are really going to like this article. Do you know why? Because you’re soon going to find out that getting entry level data science jobs requires way less time …

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Tips for Answering Behavioral Interview Questions [INFOGRAPHIC]

Do behavioral interview questions strike fear in your heart? You’re not alone. These questions have a bad rap for catching job candidates off guard—but with enough preparation, they don’t have to! Follow these tips for tackling behavioral questions, and you’ll walk …

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8 Signs You Should Avoid That Potential Employer

When applying for and interviewing at a potential employer, the last thing you want is to score a new position, only to find out that your new employer is a nightmare. While financial motivators are always a driving factor for …

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Computer Science vs. Software Engineering: What’s the Difference?

Two occupations that are often confused in the tech industry are computer science and software engineering. But, while they may be similar in nature and fundamentals, they shouldn’t be used interchangeably.

For one, software engineers are professionals who specialize in

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The Power of Support: Leveraging Connections to Chart Your Path

As you navigate your first year of law school and begin your journey in the legal industry, it is important to build a network that you can lean on for support, guidance, and mentorship. There will be twists and turns …

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Five Tips for Introverts Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is meant to be an exciting time where you discover new places and meet new faces, but for introverts, it can feel overwhelming. Being forced into a situation outside of your comfort zone, miles away from everyone you …

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3 Reasons Why Volunteering Abroad is Better Than Traveling

So, you’ve finished high school or college and have decided to take a gap year. Or perhaps you just need a little time to yourself to simply have new experiences, visit different places, or sample a foreign culture before settling …

By Alice Berg - Vault
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Test Your IQ (International Quotient) to See If Working Abroad Is for You

People live and work overseas for a variety of reasons, but the common motivating factors for working abroad are typically these: a desire for adventure and personal growth, greater professional opportunities, and language acquisition.

For many, working abroad represents freedom, …

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Women in STEM Career Fair: ‘Beyond the Glass Ceiling’ Panel Discussion

Our recent Women in STEM Career Fair featured a panel discussion entitled “Beyond the Glass Ceiling.” The discussion included panelists from Infosys, Instrumental, Trinity Life Sciences, and Holland & Hart, and focused on how to navigate the interview process, negotiating offers, issues …

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