New grads

  • Business lunch blunders - and 10 ways to avoid them

    Business lunches and dinners, as anyone who has attended many of them knows, are not about fun - they're about business, writes Fortune's Anne Fisher in her August 23 Ask Annie column. Nevertheless, many interns, new grads, and yes, experienced execs, forget certain basic niceties and end up making gaffes like asking a client out or drinking too much. What was the best or worst business lunch (or dinner) you MORE

    - Aug 22, 2007 5:26 PM ET
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  • From Ivy League to dead-end job

    After three months working for a big company, a new grad is being given only the most routine assignments and wonders whether to start looking for a new position.  But three months is barely enough time to glean even the haziest idea of how things work at a new company, writes Fortune's Anne Fisher in her August 21 column. Is it best to stick it out in a dull job? MORE

    - Aug 20, 2007 7:17 PM ET
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  • 5 big mistakes new grads make

    Hiring is up and so are salaries, says Fortune's Anne Fisher in her May 15, 2007 Ask Annie column. But there's lots of competition, too, and many new grads make errors that hurt their chances, she says. What mistakes do you see new grads make when job hunting?

    - May 15, 2007 10:07 AM ET
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