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    1. Should you wait until after you graduate to begin your professional development (resume/CV and cover page writing, interview preparation, etc)? Why or why not?

    2. Are you willing to relocate, if need be, to find employment? If so, under what circumstances would you accept relocation? If not, how do you think this choice will affect professional success in your chosen field?

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    Here is how I would handle each area:

    1. Should you wait until after you graduate to begin your professional development (resume/CV and cover page writing, interview preparation, etc)? Why or why not?

    It generally would not be advisable to wait until after you graduate to begin your professional development. The most advantageous time to refine these skills and begin forming a strategy for interview preparation would be while you are still in school and learning the best strategies for beginning ...

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    The solution provides a detailed explanation examining if you should wait until after you graduate to begin your professional development, and also discusses if you are willing to relocate, what the acceptable circumstances would be and how this choice will affect professional success in your chosen field.

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