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How to Change Your Job-Search Approach and Turn Rejections into Offers

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Regardless of whether job seekers find out at the beginning or end of their job search that they didn’t get offers, many don’t change anything going forward. They keep taking the same approaches—and that means they keep getting similar results.

And …

By Jamie Carlstedt - Vault
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21 Interview Questions You Need to Nail to Work for Elon Musk

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This year, two Elon Musk-led companies ranked in the top 10 in Vault’s Most Prestigious Internships Rankings. While Tesla, which ranked No. 7., is perhaps the more well known of the two, it is SpaceX, which ranked No. 10., that’s …

By Derek Loosvelt - Vault
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4 Tips for Searching for Companies that Focus on Diversity and Inclusion

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Everyone’s heard the phrase “diversity and inclusion” (“D&I” for short), but what does it really mean? Why is it so important? And how do you find companies that prioritize it?

In honor of Black History Month, below are the answers to …

By Sarah Candin - Vault
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