Justin Einhorn

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Name: Justin Einhorn
Date registered: October 17, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Extended Drop-ins: Same Time, New Location — April 3, 2013
  2. Think you have an idea about what the best careers are? — February 5, 2013
  3. Should I disclose my disability to an employer? An Interview with Ward Newmeyer — December 5, 2012
  4. Avoid these mistakes during the job search process — November 19, 2012
  5. Develop your Own Stress Reduction Program — November 14, 2012

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Apr
03

Extended Drop-ins: Same Time, New Location

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Do you live in the library from mid-afternoon to night? Have any career or graduate school questions?  Still seeking a summer internship or advice on how to get a recommendation for that application due next week? Career Services advisors are available for Drop-In meetings from 1:30 to 4 pm everyday in Career Services, 63 South …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2013/04/extended-drop-ins-same-time-new-location/

Feb
05

Think you have an idea about what the best careers are?

You may be surprised at some of the professions that made U.S. News’s list of the top 100 Best Jobs of 2013, which is topped off by Dentistry and includes nursing, software development, and physical therapy among its top 10. In creating this Best Jobs list, U.S. News took into account and allotted different weights …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2013/02/think-you-have-an-idea-about-what-the-best-careers-are/

Dec
05

Should I disclose my disability to an employer? An Interview with Ward Newmeyer

There are several hundred students at Dartmouth who are bright, talented, capable and also have a disability. Deciding when, how and where to disclose a disability in a job search is a personal decision and can feel awkward. (I say this based on my own personal experience which I will share in a later post.) …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/12/should-i-disclose-my-disability-to-an-employer-an-interview-with-ward-newmeyer/

Nov
19

Avoid these mistakes during the job search process

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Check out Miriam Salpeter’s 10 Scary Mistakes Job Seekers Make for 10 things to absolutely avoid during the job search process. Especially relevant is Salpeter’s 8th point, which cautions job seekers from shying away from tapping into social media. Having revolutionized the job search process, social media has narrowed the gap between job hunters and employers and …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/11/avoid-these-mistakes-during-the-job-search-process/

Nov
14

Develop your Own Stress Reduction Program

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Very few things in life cause as much stress as the job search process—from constantly being on the lookout for new opportunities to studying for anxiety-ridden interviews to waiting for employers’ responses. It is necessary to first take control of the internal dynamics that result from this process by managing your stress levels through positive …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/11/develop-your-own-stress-reduction-program/

Nov
09

Top 20 Cities with the happiest young professionals

If you are searching for a career and prioritize happiness, big cities such as New York or Chicago aren’t necessarily your best bets. So what factors actually make young professionals happiest in their careers? A high salary? Not quite. It turns out, according to a survey by online career site CareerBliss, that many other factors …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/11/top-20-cities-with-the-happiest-young-professionals/

Oct
29

Making the Case for your Liberal Arts Degree

Ever wonder why an employer would rather hire you for a job over a candidate with years of experience in their specific trade? Check out Debra Humphreys’ “Making the Case for Liberal Education: Responding to Challenges,” recommended by Undergraduate Dean Brian Reed. This report emphasizes the merits and practical value of a liberal arts education …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/10/having-trouble-making-the-case-for-your-liberal-arts-degree/

Oct
27

Networking: Is it better to have 200 acquaintances or 10 steadfast advocates?

More is certainly not always better when it comes to networking. Check out Stephanie Berenbaum’s “Is Networking Working Against You?” for a simple lesson in etiquette. Although networking properly will not necessarily guarantee you a job, these networking blunders will almost undoubtedly hurt your chances of getting an offer. The ultimate goal of connecting with …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/10/networking-is-it-better-to-have-200-acquaintances-or-10-steadfast-advocates/

Oct
26

Making Connections ‘Round the Girdled Earth over Homecoming

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It’s that time of year again! The annual Dartmouth Night and Homecoming weekend celebration lights up campus—literally—with its traditions, ceremonies, athletic events, and numerous educational and social activities to “display Dartmouth at its best,” as described by Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson. No tradition carries more symbolic weight than the burning of the bonfire, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/10/making-connections-round-the-girdled-earth-over-homecoming/

Oct
24

Are you available to work at awkward times? Here are a few options.

As a Dartmouth student you may find yourself in an awkward place relative to your friends on a semester schedule. (The first off-term I had, I was asked if I was home on suspension.) A six-week break between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, ten week terms in winter and spring– all of these time periods may …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/10/are-you-available-to-work-at-awkward-times-here-are-a-few-options/

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