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Posted September 03, 2014 by

Writing Resumes for Entry Level Jobs? 7 Myths that Can Harm Them

For those of you writing resumes for entry level jobs, don’t fall for these seven myths found in the following post that could harm these documents.

When it comes to resumes, many job seekers seem to think all they need is a cover letter to fill in those pesky work gaps and mention those in-demand soft skills. Unfortunately, that mindset means your resume ends up on the rejection heap – and that you stay unemployed. “There are quite a

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Posted August 11, 2014 by

5 Red Flags Concerning Your Resume and Interview that Will Not Impress Recruiters

Any mistakes in your job search can hinder employment opportunities.  Learn five red flags that won’t impress recruiters concerning your resume and interview in the following post.

Every year, hiring managers and HR professionals read thousands of resumes. They know what to look for in a good way. And they sure know how to find the red flags that indicate a less-than-desirable candidate. Should they miss a red flag, now worries; they have an entire job interview to uncover what you are trying

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Posted October 22, 2013 by

Networking for Entry Level Jobs Recent College Graduates? It Doesn’t Have to Always Be Formal

For recent college graduates searching for entry level jobs, networking is a key part of their job search(es).  While sometimes it has to be done in a formal, structured way, that is not always the case.  The following post explains.

We’re still in a competitive job market, especially for recent college graduates. This means networking is a critical step to landing a job. Many college graduates know to tap their campus career center and personal networks for job leads. However, there are a host of unique places they often don’t think to network during their daily activities…

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