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Todayís insert Grad
School Guide used her content in an infographic about
Hispanic Living, also from USA Today featured an
article on Latina entrepreneurs. A third affiliation with
Hartford Courant, the nation's longest continuously
published newspaper, bridged local with national perspective.
For four years, "Your Money" at New York's Daily
News published many special small business, career
and education articles. The Los
Angeles Times featured an article about global awareness
through graduate study abroad. A cover story in the Chicago
Sun-Times discussed the value of an MBA, while The
Seattle Times article on stepped-up alumni career
services led its section. A nursing publication at The
Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.) launched with our national
and local content exclusively. An article published in UTAH
CEO magazine focused on management training
strategies and tactics.
What Readers Say
have taken your advice in your columns and changed how Iím
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article on age discrimination was very informative. You have
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office support, Mobile, Ala.
Cedar Hill, Tex.
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military recruitment executive, Fort Knox, Ky.
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San Francisco, Calif.
read your article, 'To Young Job Seekers: Tighten Resumes,'
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enjoyed your recent column because I had an interview that
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you, thank you, thank you!"
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Indiana, Munster, Ind.
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