5 Populations You May Serve in a Human Services Career

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Do you have a strong desire to help those in need? Are you patient, compassionate, and an effective communicator? If you believe you are meant to …

By Mihret Russo
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5 Reasons to Consider a Career in Human Services

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Whenever you are looking for a new job or thinking about making a career change, it’s a good time to reflect on what you want out of …

By Mihret Russo
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Networking with Ease in Psychology

Retrieved at: https://www.apa.org/monitor/2017/10/academic-networking

Monitor on Psychology, October 2017, Vol 48, No. 9

Networking isn’t just exchanging business cards, says psychologist Jennifer M. Bonds-Raacke, PhD, dean of the graduate school and office of scholarship and sponsored projects at Fort Hays State …

By Léi Sun
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10 Hot Human Services Careers

Retrieved at: https://post.edu/blog/health-human-services-careers-worth-considering/

Do you have a passion for helping others in the community, and do you see yourself working hard to improve the lives of families around you? If so, then human services careers might be the perfect fit. …

By Léi Sun
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Choosing a Graduate Program in Psychology- How to Narrow Your Search

By Kathryn R. Klement

Retrieved at https://www.psychologicalscience.org/members/apssc/undergraduate_update/summer-2011/choosing-a-graduate-program

Are you majoring in psychology? Confused about what to do after graduation? Thinking about graduate school? Have no fear—read on for some steps to deciding what kind of graduate program may be right …

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The Art of Making Tough Decisions in a Crisis

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The Art of Making Tough Decisions in a Crisis

The global pandemic that is upon us has forced business owners and leaders to make some …

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Hiring for these jobs is on the rise in 2021, according to LinkedIn

By: Jennifer Liu

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In a shift from recent years that have seen tech jobs as one of the most prominent fields for opportunity, the …

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Meet Abigail A. Adeleke, former Student Government President

Abigail A. Adeleke graduated from the University of Miami in May 2021 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Psychology and a minor in Spanish. During her last year at the U, she served as Student Government President. Before graduating, …

By Keashla Marengo
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Wellness: Getting beyond the buzzword

By: Bethany Bray, Senior Writer and Social Media Coordinator at Counseling Today

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When Amazon’s Prime Day arrived in mid-October, media outlets from NBC News to Health.com reported on the “wellness deals” — …

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Human Services: Experts Weight In On Current Job Market Trends

By: Zippia, The Career Expert

Retrieved From: https://www.zippia.com/human-service-specialist-jobs/trends/

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