Advice & Insights

5 Lessons I Needed to Learn About Job Searching as a Disabled Person

Once upon a time, I was a newly crowned master of journalism who used to roll out of bed mid-afternoon, brush my hair, and eat something before I settled in for my “day.” By “day” I mean I’d check in …

By The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Job Search Advice for Students and Grads with Disabilities

This Q&A format article addresses best practices associated with a successful job search for students and recent graduates with disabilities. It touches on how to navigate the interview process as well as what to look for in a supportive employer.

By Brian Frenette
Brian Frenette Senior Associate Director
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PhD Pathways in Museums

By Yale Office of Career Strategy
Yale Office of Career Strategy
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Students with Disabilities: Your guide to landing a job

This phenomenal article from BestColleges.com covers, in great detail, the job search process and relevant resources for students with disabilities.  It addresses common challenges, readiness exercises, and interview preparation associated with the job/internship search.  It also provides helpful additional resources …

By Brian Frenette
Brian Frenette Senior Associate Director
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Careers in the Arts: Who Stays and Who Leaves

Research by the National Endowment for the Arts, Americans for the Arts, and others confirms the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the arts and culture sector—since mid-March 2020, the pandemic has (at least temporarily) cost the U.S. arts …

By Derek I. Webster
Derek I. Webster Senior Associate Director for Creative Careers
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Beyond the White Coat Podcast

Beyond the White Coat

At the heart of academic medicine are the individuals—medical students, residents, faculty, practicing physicians, and leaders—who provide unparalleled care to patients & communities across the country and are at the cutting edge of medical research advances. …

By Kristin McJunkins
Kristin McJunkins Director, Health Professions Advising & STEM Connect
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Feel Like A Fraud? American Psychological Association

You’re not alone. Many graduate students question whether they are prepared to do the work they do. Here’s how to overcome that feeling and recognize your strengths. Read advice from the American Psychological Association.

 

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LinkedIn Top Startups 2020

The 50 U.S. companies on the rise.

The 2020 LinkedIn Top Startups list reveals the 50 young, resilient companies where America wants to work now.

2020 has been a year of upheaval as the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the globe, …

By Jessi Hempel
Jessi Hempel
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Do You Need to Use Social Media to Find a Job?

Not everyone’s on Facebook—or Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and other social networking sites that seem to be where all the action happens online. Even in this connected age, there are lots of valid reasons to stay off social media, ranging from …

By Amy Bergen - Idealist Careers
Idealist Careers
Idealist Careers | Helping you land, love, and grow in your social-impact career. And visit Idealist.org explore thousands of great jobs and social-impact organizations near you.
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AR/VR engineers replace blockchain programmers as hottest commodity

“Augmented reality and virtual reality jobs are hot, with demand surging 1,400% in 2019, according to a new State of Software Engineers report by job site Hired. This means that AR/VR knowledge is the hot new thing, supplanting blockchain engineers, who …

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