Another Job Search Tool

Any of you who are familiar with me know that I’m a big advocate of professional associations.  Regardless of major or interest professional associations are a value add to building your network, knowledge and growth.  And yes, most associations have membership fees associated with joining (student fees are generally considerably cheaper).  However regardless of your paid membership status there is still an abundance of information available for free.  An important nugget of information you have access to are job postings.  The American Marketing Association is one example of this, specifically the Boston chapter of AMA.  On any given day you might find 30-40 updated positions for all levels of experience, including entry level positions.  So if you find yourself in a job search rut, I encourage you to look at and conduct a search.



By Paul Stanish
Paul Stanish Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Development, Pulsifer Career Development Center