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Oksana Malysheva, CEO, managing partner, and cofounder of Austin-based accelerator Sputnik ATX.

VENTURE CAPITAL CAREERS: The ultimate guides to breaking into the VC space and succeeding once you’re there

Jobs in venture capital are tough to get but lucrative once you're in them. These resources will make you an attractive candidate for top firms.
Chris Winton joined FedEx Services as an IT intern.

I went from intern to VP of human resources at FedEx services. Here are my 4 tips for turning an internship into a dream career.

Landing a great internship is only half the challenge — it's what you do during the internship that can make or break your career path.
Get rid of irrelevant work experience on your résumé.

33 things you should remove from your résumé immediately

If you want to make it past the initial test, you need to have some solid qualifications — and the perfect résumé to highlight them.
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Try this simple strategy before you accept a job offer to figure out if the company’s a fit for you

Before you end your job search and accept an offer, talk to people who have worked there to ensure your values match up with the company's.
Goldman Sachs' head of human resources, Dane Holmes, said the company's hiring approach is like a "balanced conversation between two people" to determine if their partnership is a mutual fit.

Wall Street experts say anyone who wants to work at Goldman Sachs should ask themselves 3 key questions to know whether they’ll thrive there

Goldman Sachs is 10 times more selective than Harvard. Wall Street recruiting experts explain how to know if a job there is the right fit for you.
Jeffrey Fleischman.

How to get through an unexpected layoff — without settling for a job you hate

Author Jeffrey Fleischman contended with an unexpected layoff, and emerged from the other side to become a CMO.
Dan Shapero, VP of global sales at LinkedIn.

A top LinkedIn executive shares how to impress a potential employer by showing you’re the only one who can solve their biggest problems

LinkedIn VP Dan Shapero said the most successful job candidates show the company how they can add value and help solve their biggest pain points.
You should almost always direct your cover letter to a specific individual.

7 ways to figure out who the hiring manager is when it’s not listed in a job posting

Career expert Amanda Augustine shares her top tips for doing the necessary sleuth work when trying to address a cover letter to a hiring manager.
You don't want to say these things during your job interview.

12 things you say that can immediately disqualify you in a job interview

This is not the time to flirt, lie, or ask what the company does.