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5 Tips To Help Assess Cross-Country Career Move

June 6th, 2016 · 2 Comments

Tweet Q. I’ve been offered a job in San Francisco, but that requires my husband and I to move from the Midwest where we’ve lived our entire lives. Family and friends are here, but this would be a huge career move—jumping several pay levels. But it’s scary to start over in a new city and […]

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A ‘Logical Detour’ Can Lead to Desired Career

May 15th, 2016 · No Comments

Tweet Q. As a college junior, I realize career-relevant internships are important. But I’m having trouble finding one that pays. And I can’t afford to not make some money this summer. What do you suggest? -AK A. Paid internships in PR are hard to land for undergrads since many agencies prefer to hire recent graduates […]

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Tags: Job Search · Q&As

Build a Business Case for a Bigger Raise

April 4th, 2016 · No Comments

Tweet Q. I got a 2% salary increase this time last year so my annual review is coming up soon. My agency responsibilities have increased significantly in the past year, but I won’t be happy if I don’t get a much bigger pay bump this year. How do I make certain I get the best […]

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Tags: Day in the Life · Q&As

Myreete Wolford: Making a Name for Herself and Having Fun in Public Relations

March 24th, 2016 · No Comments

TweetDavid Gallagher’s #PRCareerLauncher series today features one of my favorite young professionals, Myreete Woolford. Thanks, David, for allowing me to share these Q&As with Culpwrit readers. This post is filled with great job search and career insights. “…I knew that if I wanted to succeed here, I’d have to make a name for myself and breakthrough […]

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Tags: Future Leaders · Guest Post · Q&As

Working Remotely–Good Idea or Bad?

March 16th, 2016 · No Comments

Tweet  Q. I’m graduating with my BA in May and have been offered a full-time agency job but I must work remotely from home. Part of me says “take the full-time job” but another part feels that I’ll be missing important experiences in an actual agency setting? Working remotely–good idea or bad?  -SD A. An […]

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Tags: Careers · Day in the Life · Q&As