- June 20, 2014 by William Frierson
If you did not get hired for an entry level job or an internship, the following post shares 12 reasons that could explain why.
You thought you nailed the interview – and you expected an offer. But the offer never came. The job or internship went to someone else.What went wrong? What happened that made the recruiter choose another candidate? When trying to understand how we could get so close but come up empty, we
- June 19, 2014 by William Frierson
If you don’t think that finding an internship is important for your career, learn why it is in the following post.
A Forbes article by J. Maureen Henderson argues internships aren’t worth the effort. Henderson explains the work performed during an internship doesn’t provide useful skills, are too expensive, and chances are they won’t even land you a job. Want to know why internships are worth it? Nearly 74 percent of employers prefer candidates with
- June 18, 2014 by William Frierson
If you want to find an internship in the fashion world, learn more about a new opportunity in the following post.
Featured: Featured As you know, we have new internships going up on the site each week — many of them in the fashion realm. One of our employers, Cynthia Rose NY, has posted their opportunities with us for quite a while and we wanted to give you all the inside scoop. If you’ve ever wondered what it
- June 16, 2014 by William Frierson
For recent grads who are searching for entry level jobs, there are nine lessons to be learned for your next interview from the following post.
Whether you receive an offer or not, you should treat every interview as a learning experience. Why? Because the better your interview skills, the better your chances at landing a job. Make each interview better than the last! In my quest to land a full-time job, I did just that. Along the way, I’ve learned 9
- June 12, 2014 by William Frierson
Are you wondering why you are not landing an entry level job? The following post shares nine reasons, along with ways to find success during your search.
No job or internship search is perfect. We’re going to make mistakes. One mistake you can’t afford to make as a during an active job search, however: with every application, you (the “seller”) must pay close attention to what the employer (the “buyer”) wants…
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Preparation is important to the success of college students with virtual internships as their jobs. In the following post, get some advice that can help.
Featured: Featured At InternQueen.com, we’ve run a virtual internship program for almost five years, inviting select students to join our team each semester for a life-changing and beneficial learning experience. Our virtual summer interns started last week – Cindy, Morgan, and Sam.read more
- June 11, 2014 by William Frierson
While getting a college degree should be respected, it might not be a bad idea to consider finding an internship this summer to boost your chances of employment. Learn more in the following post.
As many students head home for summer, they are faced with an age-old decision: what will they do with their free time? Most will take on a summer job, while others may stay on campus to attend summer classes. Others, according to a recent study, will do the best
- June 10, 2014 by William Frierson
Most people would probably say that using a resume or LinkedIn for your entry level job search is a smart move, but is one actually better than the other? Learn more about both in the following post.
At a recent social event, I was sharing “So what do you do?” pleasantries with a new friend. After hearing about my line of work (crafting quality resumes), he went on to tell me how unfamiliar he was with the concept of updating a resume. So far in his career, he had never really had to utilize
- June 04, 2014 by William Frierson
Congratulations on finding an internship! Now, you must make the most of it. In the following post, keep in mind some good advice for your experience.
When talking internship advice the other day, I remembered an interesting post by Carmine Gallo in Entrepreneur called, “Steve Jobs and the 7 Rules for Success”. In that piece, Gallo provided a synopsis of the seven rules Jobs lived by during his run as an entrepreneurial magician. And then I thought: what if Jobs (an intern himself
- June 03, 2014 by William Frierson
Once they have walked across the stage at graduation, many new graduates will likely begin searching for entry level jobs. In order to succeed in getting their careers going, they should check out these 12 tips in the following post.
The Onion recently published a satirical article that featured a 2014 graduate preparing for his 14-month post-grad job search. The piece highlighted how the graduate will spend his time after college “scouring online job listings, endlessly revising a resume no one will ever look at, and submitting 10 to 20 job applications every day to which he will never receive a single