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Month: August 2012

Top traits of college students who launch startups

For undergraduate students with a yen for starting their own business, a Yale Entrepreneurial Institute summer fellowship can be a true career igniter. Fellows selected from the Ivy League university’s student body receive a stipend, mentorship, legal and accounting advice, and access to Yale’s alumni network of successful entrepreneurs and investors. Established in 2007, the […]

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Never say these five things in a job interview

By Ramit Sethi We are terrible at interviewing. We walk into the interview room without preparing. We spend time worrying about “trick questions” and about what shirt we should wear, instead of the things that really matter. Worst of all, we believe an interview is intended for us to simply answer the questions that the […]

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