Crack the Job video series reveals reality behind job titles

What kind of tasks and responsibilities lie behind common business field job titles? Our new Crack the Job video series finds out!
Crack the Job - Corporate Responsibility Manager otiskkokuva, kuvassa videolla esiintyvä Senja

Student customers of Aalto University School of Business Career Services often say that it is difficult to apply for a job with an ambiguous job title that has an unclear meaning. Common job titles can mean various different things in different organizations.  

We decided to invite professionals from different fields to tell about their jobs to students. You are welcome to tip us on new ideas on job titles, professionals, or organizations you would like to see as a part of this series. 

We came up with Crack the Job video series to give all students, not just the ones that participate in our events, the opportunity to reach this information. We will publish a new video appr. once a month during the academic year. Follow this article, our social media channels (FacebookInstagram) and our newsletter (Aalto BIZ CareerMail). 

Corporate Responsibility Manager Senja Forsman-Katainen, SOK (published 4.9.2020, opens in new window YouTube)

More information on Career Services in Aalto University School of Business from Annemari Rautio and Tanja Makkonen.

Career Services for students in School of Business

Annemari Rautio

Annemari Rautio

Senior Manager, Corporate Relations, School of Business
Tanja Makkonen

Tanja Makkonen

Senior Manager, Career Services
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