Month: February 2020

Rising Tech Jobs in 2018: Where You Should Apply

Even though technology has become pervasive throughout every part of our daily lives, vacancies in the IT sector aren’t quite as prevalent. But there are some positions in the sector which are growing in demand, and poised to become some of 2018’s hottest IT jobs. Cloud Architect Everyone is making the switch […]

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I sem – Special English -Language and Identity

F. de Saussure defined language structurally as a system of signs used for communication. The signs are arbitrary (made up) and language is a social phenomenon. Language has two basic functions: communication and identity. We will deal with the communicative and linguistic aspects in other chapters. Here we will consider […]

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Customer Awareness

By Chemeketa SBDC If your business (bricks and mortar or virtual) is going to be successful over the long run, you must focus on serving your customers’ needs and desires. The essence of marketing rests on your clear understanding of your customer and delivering a unique product, service, and benefits that he […]

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I sem – Special English -Language and Identity

F. de Saussure defined language structurally as a system of signs used for communication. The signs are arbitrary (made up) and language is a social phenomenon. Language has two basic functions: communication and identity. We will deal with the communicative and linguistic aspects in other chapters. Here we will consider […]

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5 ways for building highly successful career

For students at University of Denver, the best career path is through Pioneer careers jobs and internship system. This system will allow you to choose the career path that best suits you and your affinities. Once you choose your career, you need to start building it up from the start. […]

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My Meaningful Summer Abroad

Unlike many students at DU, I did not study abroad in the Fall of my Junior Year. Instead, I looked for a reason to travel over the Summer, but I didn’t want to be a tourist and spend a lot of money, but I also wanted to have a purpose […]

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How to Write a Cover Letter

While many jobs no longer require cover letters (especially most jobs on WayUp), when a job does require one, your cover letter could be a big part of whether or not you get to the next round. If you haven’t written a cover letter before (or even if you have), you may be […]

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Alumni Coaching Hotline

No matter how hard we try, we rarely have all the answers—particularly when it comes to our careers and professional development. Many times we turn to friends and family for advice, but frankly, they don’t always know what they’re talking about! When you were in college, you had the robust […]

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