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Posted March 12, 2014 by

How to Love Networking for Your Entry Level Job Search

Initially, networking might sound scary to some of us, but the following post offers advice that could help you fall in love with this particular skill for your entry level job search.

Networking and blind dates are quite similar. This is especially true regarding the fear of rejection. Blind dates can be uncomfortable, they often feel forced, and everyone is trying to sell something (themselves). Networking events… are the same. I am going to help you overcome all of those crappy feelings and

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Posted October 07, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Want to Improve Your Resumes for Recent Graduate Jobs? Include 7 Words/Phrases that Could Make a Difference

In order to land recent graduate jobs, college grads need to submit quality resumes to potential employers.  When writing their resumes, applicants should consider using specific keywords or phrases that can make them stand out among candidates.  The following post features seven words/phrases that could make a difference.

Another resume from another early careerist. Another rejection. Why? Because today, employers are looking for certain characteristics above all else; aspects of your work life that make you stand out above all your competitors. And trust me when I say that those traits have nothing to do with being “detail-oriented”, a “hard worker” or a “team player” – or

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Posted December 14, 2012 by

Five questions to ask yourself before meeting with your federal employees

CollegeRecruiter.comBefore evaluating their employees, federal employers need to know they can offer them valuable feedback.  The following post has some questions they should ask themselves in preparing for these meetings.

With the new fiscal year just beginning, now is the perfect time for federal leaders to have one-on-one conversations with their employees about expectations, performance and results, as well as offer feedback and coaching to help them continuously improve and succeed.

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Five questions to ask yourself before meeting with your federal employees