Copyright Andrea D'Aquino for The Wall Street Journal, iStock (12)
By Dow Jones & Company
You got a degree and a new job. Congratulations! It’s an exciting time, but you should know work and school are very different, especially in how people use technology.
You’re likely familiar with tools like Zoom and Gmail, but how you use them is more consequential at work. Your professors weren’t in charge of how much money you could make, and they won’t be around as you advance in your job. Even in the hottest job market for entry-level workers in years, mistakes here can have repercussions.
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