January 2021

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Oral Communication

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Effective oral communication starts with speaking on-topic, with context-appropriate energy, and honesty. Equally crucial to the way you speak, if not more, is your ability to listen through your body language, eye contact, and asking questions.

Career Tips



Body language tips for your next job interview


While most of us are aware of and use verbal communication on a regular basis, non-verbal communication can have a great impact on the listener and the outcome of the communication. Check out these articles to learn more about ways to improve both your verbal and non-verbal communication skills:

Career Trend



The Future of Skills: Jobs in 2030

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Discover the skills you’ll need in 2030 to succeed. This site is a collaborative project from Pearson, Nesta and Oxford Martin School. Using forward-looking methodology, this site combines the best of human expertise with machine learning to make nuanced predictions about the future of work and skills you need to succeed in the future of employment.

Featured Profile



How to become a Music Producer?


Music Producers work in the recording studio to help artists create albums. This means more than just recording and polishing the music. Many also write and arrange tracks…continue reading


For more occupations, visit Career Cruising or Vault Career Intelligence. Please first login at the top of this page Career Databases to obtain the username and password for Career Cruising.


Featured Resource



Explore Careers by Fields of Study

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What type of jobs do people have five years after graduation? This site provides 75 postsecondary fields of study. You can use the tool to look up your study program and see the average pay, employment outcomes, and jobs graduates have in your field.

Featured Book



Compassionate careers: making a living by making a difference

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A comprehensive career guide from a top career coach and counselor that will help you jump start your career and your life. Dive in to learn more about career opportunities, with a plethora of job descriptions and the certifications, degrees, and continuing education that can help you build the career you’ve always wanted.


To learn more about compassionate careers in related fields, please consult these books:


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