Why preparation, relationships are key to successful job searches

02/18/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

Ask thoughtful questions during interviews and brush up on the history and culture of the institution when searching for higher-education jobs, blogger and higher-education professional Josh Milstein advises. In this essay, Milstein offers advice gleaned from his own search in student affairs: do your homework and build relationships. "Don't underestimate the value of each hand you shake, each card you collect, and each story you exchange with your fellow colleagues," Milstein writes.

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