Author: braathe

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Make the Choice To Find the Career You Want

by Joy Kadowaki Are you looking for a change in your career? The first step to making a change is to start! Let us help you get started on fine tuning your career. See why our services at Career Service Stations are right for you. https://www.careerservicestation.com/services And if you don’t feel ready for change just…
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Setting Yourself Apart from Other Applicants to Find a Job or Internship as a Student by Sofia Ferrucci

The current job and internship market has left many undergraduate and graduate students feeling helpless in the battle against AI application readers and a lack of a humanistic approach to viewing applications. One of the primary reasons for this challenging landscape is the lingering effects of Covid-19, which has altered the way businesses operate. Many…
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Career Service Station Visits Troy, Schenectady and Albany High School to Talk About How to Write Effective Resumes

Robert Braathe volunteered his time to guest speak for 518ElevatED to high school students in Troy, Schenectady and Albany, NY the week of January 31st, 2023. During his LinkedIn and Resume Workshop, Robert shared insights on: Important things to include on your resume Interviewing tips including what to ask in an interview Why LinkedIn is…
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How to Find a Job You Desire and Deserve

Are you having a tough time finding your next job? It may be your resume. Here is a common critique I send clients when they aren’t getting responses or are getting auto-rejected. Here’s what Robert Braathe and the Career Service Station improve your resume: 1. Start with a stronger summary. 3-5 sentence fragments maximum describing…
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Outplacement Services To Find Your Former Employees The Job They Desire and Deserve

At Career Service Station, we have worked with IT, Healthcare, Hospitality and Retail companies to help them steer people in the right direction when they have been downsized or are looking for new opportunties. From resume writing to LinkedIn profiles, from connection making to cover letter writing, we offer a variety of a la carte…
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THE POWER OF THE MIND

Modern societies are developing so fast that we forget the importance of the mind in our daily lives. Anxiety took a major place in our routine, impacting workers as well as students. A lot of programs have been put in place to help deal with those stressful moments driven by the tasks we need to…
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Resume Writing in Saratoga Springs (or A Day In the Life of a Resume Writer)

I’ve lived in Saratoga Springs since 2008, and although the days often may seem the same, I’ve found the 13+ years I’ve lived here to be among my most productive and enjoyable. Whether it be my favorite breakfast sandwich, the Avocado Egg and Cheese on an English Muffin I have a few days a week…
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How to combat Imposter Syndrome as a Woman of Color

As referenced in my last article, around 75% of female executives across industries reported that they’d experienced imposter syndrome in their careers. This staggering number focuses our attention on the influence of imposter syndrome on women which begs the following questions: How are women of color significantly impacted? How have we come to this? How…
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Our First Internship: Virtual Edition

Before the popularity of working online, interns have been stereotyped as coffee-bringers or supply stockers. Braathe Enterprises, with its completely virtual internship, has changed the game. Unsurprisingly, expectations going into an internship can be vastly different than the realities after completion of it. Today, two intern team leaders from B.E.’s Writing and Business Development Team…
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What is Imposter Syndrome?

70% of people will have symptoms of imposter syndrome at least once in their lifetime. Additionally, around 75% of female executives across industries reported that they’ve experienced imposter syndrome in their careers. This number is startling, seeing as imposter syndrome is not officially recognized by the American Psychological Association. What is this puzzling syndrome, and…
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