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post #16 of 23
It's sophomore year for me, so it's time to get serious. I'm still unsure what I want/love to do. Right now, my major is unofficially Finance/Accounting. Any more advice would be much appreciated.
post #17 of 23
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It's sophomore year for me, so it's time to get serious. I'm still unsure what I want/love to do. Right now, my major is unofficially Finance/Accounting.

Any more advice would be much appreciated.

Get ready for a fulfilling life.
post #18 of 23
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It's sophomore year for me, so it's time to get serious. I'm still unsure what I want/love to do. Right now, my major is unofficially Finance/Accounting.

Any more advice would be much appreciated.

I would say talk to as many people as you can, including people in finance/accounting and doing other things. Sophomore year is a great time to get started. By the time you graduate and are unemployed... fewer people will be excited to talk to you.
post #19 of 23
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Get ready for a fulfilling life.

well-played
post #20 of 23
Networking is very good scope for future and I think in all colleges this subject should be started. Most of the guys are going for it and learning it from outside source so if it will be available in college students will easily learn it.
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post #21 of 23
Bump for for seriousness.
post #22 of 23
Most of my jobs and best opportunities came from friends and classmates. Definitely seek out people who you admire and have something valuable to offer- conversation, anything.
post #23 of 23
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Confident
Good suit (almost never)
Eloquent and sociable (don't be a goddamn creep)
Smart (good resume/decent GPA)
Manages to say something intelligent (almost impossible)

For girls, if she is hot and intelligent, she is in. For guys you have to do a little bit better. That's what I look for anyway when I do recruiting.

How often does that happen?
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