November 14, 2013 by William Frierson
As an internship finder, it’s important to make the most of your experience so that you can boost your chances of getting a job down the road. Check out eight ways to maximize your internship in the following post.
Internships are no longer optional… in today’s entry-level job market, they are de facto necessity to get your resume even reviewed by a hiring manager. No matter what you’ve done to this point, there’s a chance to improve, and there’s a chance to turn negative opinions into positive ones — and positive opinions
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College Students, GPA is not Most Important Factor for Entry Level Job Search. 5 Factors to Focus OnNovember 13, 2013 by William Frierson
While earning an impressive GPA doesn’t hurt their consideration for an entry level job, college students should know that it is not the most important factor. Learn five factors they need to focus on for job search success in the following post.
Here’s the deal: contrary to what you’ve been told your whole academic life… straight A’s don’t pay off. Your college GPA is to some degree important for your future—no employer wants to hire a D student. But if you’re tempted to spend all four years of college glued to the library for that perfect
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November 11, 2013 by William Frierson
Getting an entry level job is an opportunity for someone to learn at a low level within a company or organization. If you’re an MBA graduate looking for a new job but having a tough time finding one, consider one smart approach that could improve your chances in the following post.
Demand for MBAs is decreasing and number of people graduating is increasing, making Entry Level Job Search Challenge for MBAs is becoming tough.
by William Frierson
Recruiters and employers want to make sure they find the right candidates for job opportunities and that means the candidates will need to meet certain requirements. College graduates who are searching for entry level jobs should check out the following post to see if they live up to one recruiting process.
As a recruiter and mentor, I get dozens of applications for every opening; I have to find a way to thin the piles down to a reasonable size – and select those who deserve a shot. So before you apply, and then tell everyone you’ve found your dream job, let me
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November 06, 2013 by William Frierson
As an internship finder, you have the opportunity to impress your employer and potentially land a full-time job within the company. How can you achieve this goal? The following post shares some advice.
Featured: Not Featured This is a guest post by Anna Hicks. An internship is an excellent way to gain valuable work experience, learn how to handle yourself in a corporate setting, and — when you start applying for different career opportunities — internship experience can impress future employers. read more
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November 05, 2013 by William Frierson
Minneapolis, MN – [November 5, 2013] – CollegeRecruiter.com, the leading niche job board for college students searching for internships and recent graduates hunting for entry-level jobs and other career opportunities, is pleased to announce that Michelle Robinson of Sodexo will lead a discussion track on Building Your Internship Program at #truCollegeRecruiter Atlanta and that tickets are now available at www.truCollegeRecruiter.com for our fourth, fifth, and sixth recruiting events for hiring managers, recruiters, and other human resource leaders. Continue Reading
October 31, 2013 by William Frierson
During the job interview you will be asked a lot of questions and you might think that you will never know what these will be in advance. True for most, but not all.
Here’s where you gain an advantage over your competition.
Each of the Basic Four Questions covered below is ALWAYS asked in some form during every interview other than a screening. You must be prepared to answer each one thoroughly, creatively, and in a way that presents strengths about you as benefits for the interviewer. Continue Reading
October 30, 2013 by William Frierson
Summary: Your first year of college is officially over, and a sunny summer is on the horizon. Here’s what to do to set yourself up for an even brighter future.
As the snow begins to melt and spring comes into view, you’ll be ready to cross off a major (if often uncelebrated) event in your adult life: The successful completion of your first year of college.
All the anxiety of the application process is long behind you at this point, you’ve overcome your first semester jitters, you’ve gotten used to your roommate’s quirks, and your college career is officially underway. But this is no time to kick back and idle away the summer months. Continue Reading
October 28, 2013 by William Frierson
Minneapolis, MN – [October 28, 2013] – CollegeRecruiter.com, the leading niche job board for college students searching for internships and recent graduates hunting for entry-level jobs and other career opportunities, is pleased to announce that Jennifer Bernasconi of Stryker Corporation will deliver a presentation on How to Centralize Your Internship Program in a Decentralized Organization at #truCollegeRecruiter New York City and that tickets are now available at www.truCollegeRecruiter.com for our fourth, fifth, and sixth recruiting events for hiring managers, recruiters, and other human resource leaders. Continue Reading
October 23, 2013 by William Frierson
If you are searching for an entry level job in interior design, but not sure what area to pursue, check out the following post to learn about four possible career opportunities.
Featured: Not Featured This is a guest post by Anna Hicks. When you think of interior design, you probably think of beautifully-decorated, well-appointed rooms. You imagine a career matching couches to artwork, or advising clients on the best way to position televisions and sectionals while still allowing a natural traffic flow. You
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