April 08, 2014 by William Frierson
If you have the desire to break into the music industry, the following post shares five entry level jobs that could give you that opportunity and lead to a potential career.
Becoming a street teamer is a great way to start making connections in the music industry and begin your trek to a full-fledged music career. It is essentially an entry level marketing job, where you will most likely be tasked with…
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For those of you applying for recent graduate jobs this summer, learn some job search and resume trends to look out for in the following post.
I’ve been reading a lot lately about the top recruiting trends projected for this summer, and I realized this is a great opportunity to show you what’s going on in the recruiting industry. With this knowledge, you can reverse-engineer strategies aimed at meeting recruiters where they are… and giving
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April 04, 2014 by William Frierson
You’ve got a full-time entry level job, while also going back to school to earn your MBA. If you need some help with balancing both of these parts of your career, learn four tips in the following post.
Are you a current or prospective MBA student? Our MBA Corner is just for you. Students pursuing an online MBA face distinct challenges — as well as unique opportunities for growth — when attempting to simultaneously maintain a full-time job. The concept of a work-life balance is a familiar one
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For those of you searching jobs for college students, learn how to establish your own network while in school in the following post.
Many recent graduates attempt to enter the business world with a very limited network. This invariably makes starting their early career far more difficult than it needs to be. To land a position right after graduation, networking in college has become mandatory…
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April 03, 2014 by William Frierson
If you’re on social media attempting to find recent college graduate jobs, the following post shares advice on how to prepare for social recruiting.
Recruiting candidates isn’t what it used to be… and we don’t meet generations ago. We’re talking over the course of the past few years. Employers now use “social recruiting” as a major component of their hiring strategy. What is it? Social recruiting is what companies and recruiters do when they
April 02, 2014 by William Frierson
College graduation should be one of the most exciting days of your life, but finding a job in the current economy can be a daunting task, which can seem like a nearly impossible task if you have a criminal record. While a majority of employers perform background checks on potential hires, individuals with an arrest or conviction on their record should not be discouraged. There are steps you can take to prevent previous mistakes from holding you back as you enter the job market. Continue Reading
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Walking across the stage and earning your college degree is quite the accomplishment, considering 66.5 percent of Americans ages 25 to 29 don’t have a college education. But just as you shake the dean’s hand and walk off stage, you enter a new world that’ll present you with rewarding opportunities and tough challenges — the workforce. Although the national unemployment rate has dropped from its high in 2009 of 10 percent to today’s 6.7 percent, finding a job isn’t as easy as studying for a final the night before and passing it.
With that said, here are seven tips to help you begin your job hunt on the right foot. Continue Reading
Are You Seeking Jobs for Communication Majors or Other Career Opportunities? Practice in Class to Prepare for the WorkplaceMarch 31, 2014 by William Frierson
For those of you searching jobs for communication majors or other career opportunities, learning how to communicate effectively in the classroom can be beneficial in the workplace. Find out how to practice communicating in class so that you’ll be prepared to do so on the job in the following post.
What are the ingredients that make up a top employee? A positive attitude, attention to detail, and organization skills are useful. But the one skill that elevates an employee the most is quality verbal communication. For those of us still in school, it may seem like the office is the ideal place to learn
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March 28, 2014 by William Frierson
If you are passionate about trading currencies, and happenings in the currency market across the globe interest you, consider a career in forex. It is the ideal career which can help you to earn large profits as you enjoy your job. If you like to take risks and can take strong decisions in a short span of time, a career in forex would be the ideal choice. Forex refers to dealing with the aspects of currencies and making the best of fall and rise of their prices. If you want to excel as a forex dealer, you will have to study reports of the market, ascertain the rates of the different currencies and get the right view of the market. Continue Reading
March 27, 2014 by William Frierson
If you make the right impression on LinkedIn when searching for recent college graduate jobs, it could get you one step closer to finding the job you want. Learn five tips to help you get noticed on the site by recruiters in the following post.
As we all know, well over 90% of recruiters are using LinkedIn according to the 2013 Jobvite social recruiting study, to search, contact, keep tabs, and vet candidates. So why isn’t your phone ringing off the hook with job offers? Here’s what you need to do to ensure recruiters are looking at your LinkedIn