Female job applicant feeling nervous at job interview with potential employer.

How to recover from a job interview blunder

A career counselor explains common interview blunders and how to fix them.

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Student learns to balance work and life with online master’s in clinical nutrition

When Jennifer Raabe decided to go to graduate school, she had the same questions and concerns that most adults do. Here’s how the University of Wisconsin–Madison helped her find balance in her life and career …

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Elizabeth Arth smiles into camera in children's hospital waiting room.

Accelerated bachelor’s helps student transition to nursing career quickly

Learn how UW–Madison’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing helps students like Elizabeth Arth pursue a new career and follow their dreams.

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Undergraduate Kevin Lussky (left) talks with a recruiter from Uline during the annual Spring Career and Internship Fair held at the Kohl Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Feb. 5, 2019. The fair featured 215 employers and was open to all current students and alumni.

How job searching has changed over the last decade

Did the Great Recession make job searching easier or more difficult? Learn four ways job hunting has changed over the past ten years.

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Event grows careers and makes connections

Ambitious professionals are always looking for innovative ways to grow their career and nurture their networks. On Thursday, August 15, the University of Wisconsin­­–Madison’s Day on Campus offers the perfect opportunity to do both. Meet …

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4 tips to keep up academic momentum over the summer

Maximize your time this summer by focusing on the four R’s for summer success: research, resume, reflection and reward. 

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How to get experience in your field if you can’t get hired

Seven tips for getting the professional experience you need for the job you want

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Mother and Daughter graduate together from the School of Social Work

The flexible Part-Time MSW program is commuter-friendly and designed to provide school-life balance.

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Capstone Certificate in Actuarial Science helps student kick-start her career

The Capstone Certificate in Actuarial Science is designed for those with bachelor’s degrees in fields other than actuarial science and can be completed in as little as nine months.

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