Category: Success from the Start

My Advice to You: Taken With a Grain of Salt

This guest post was written by Jonathan, who participated in our sales internship program over the summer. Jonathan is a Corporate Communications major at Baylor University. He is a member

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4 Things You Need for a DIY Professional Photo

When looking for a job, some companies will ask you to provide a professional headshot. Reynolds and Reynolds doesn’t require one, but it’s helpful in making your resume stand out.

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6 Reasons to Work in Automotive (Even if You Don’t Love Cars)

The words “automotive,” “car,” or “dealership,” can easily ignite a passion in some, while others are turned off. However, being in automotive doesn’t mean you have to know how to

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Think Fast: Answering unexpected questions quickly while interviewing.

For managers, interviewing is for learning about the applicant and their credentials within a short period of time. Will this person be a good fit? Would they enjoy this job

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How to Say “No Thank You” to a Job Offer

We discussed in a recent blog how to pause a job offer if you need more time to think, but what if the result is you don’t want to work

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Finding Summer Work in May

Ideally, by springtime, students and recent graduates have a job lined up that builds credibility for their desired career. However, life, school, or other responsibilities can get in the way

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5 Things to Do When You’re Frustrated at Work

Life isn’t perfect, and projects don’t always go as planned. When you find yourself stuck, frustrated, or tired of unexpected battles, it can be hard to push forward. At Reynolds

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16 Resume-Boosting Terms

Here at Reynolds and Reynolds, we cannot stress enough how important it is to have a top-notch resume. It is your first impression and needs to highlight your strengths in

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Surviving the Spring Semester

Saying you worked hard the past semester is an understatement. It’s almost time for summer break, but there are still a few things left to conquer: exams, homework, final projects,

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How to Practice for an Interview

When walking into an interview, you need to have a strategy in mind. Although it isn’t easy, it is worth the time spent practicing. At Reynolds and Reynolds, we prefer

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