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Posted April 01, 2014 by

Career Services Not Responsible Alone for Grads Unprepared to Find Entry Level Jobs

Who is at fault for college graduates not being prepared to find entry level jobs?  According to the following post, it’s not career services alone.

Want to join the angry mobs blaming Career Services for our unemployable graduates? Think they are the only ones at fault for those that will exit the stage in May with a diploma, but without a clue? You just may have it wrong; you may be waving that judgmental finger in the wrong direction

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Posted February 26, 2014 by

5 Ways to Achieve Career Progress on Entry Level Jobs for 2014

For graduates who want to achieve career progress on their entry level jobs this year, the following post offers five ways to do so.

The new year brings promises of fresh starts, new habits and hope that life will be different. But already, a little over a month into 2014, your best intentions are followed by little change. Why do 90 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail? Because we don’t reflect on the year that was or

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Posted February 12, 2014 by

Want to Improve Performance on Recent College Graduate Jobs? Here are 7 Tips

Young professionals who want to improve performance on their recent college graduate jobs should keep seven tips in mind, according to the following post.

There are many benefits to performing better at your job; promotions, pay raises and increased job security among them. While the results are easy to grasp, many have trouble understanding what it takes to earn these results; they don’t know exactly how to achieve more without falling into “working harder” trap and trying to cram more hours

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Posted August 21, 2013 by

How to reshape your career after making a blunder at work

Businessman in shock about a mistake

Businessman in shock about a mistake. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Everyone has made a mistake at work. Blunders can be something simple such as getting caught by your boss using Facebook or shopping on Amazon on company time to spilling a cup of coffee on your new company-owned laptop. More serious offenses include sending out an inappropriate or offensive email, constant lateness, missed deadlines or even getting nabbed for drunk driving.

While certain mistakes may seem like career killers — and depending seriousness of the error they can be — it’s possible to revamp a tarnished image with some hard work and a game plan. Following these three steps can help you put negative issues in your rear-view and regain that coveted “golden-boy/girl” status in the workplace. (more…)

Posted July 08, 2013 by

Looking for Career Advancement from Your Entry Level Job? How to Prove Yourself

Consider your entry level job to be a starting point in your career.  It allows you to apply skills you already have, as well as new ones you learn in a specific field.  Doing a good job could result in a promotion, if you prove to be worthy of one.  Find out how you can do so in the following post.

In the workforce, it’s understood that we all have to start somewhere, the keyword being somewhere and not just anywhere which is why entry-level jobs are a necessity when launching a career. Employers seek those with a…

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