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Posted May 21, 2014 by

Want a Promotion from Your Entry Level Job? Sell Yourself This Way

If you hope to one day advance from your entry level job, consider this one way to sell yourself in the following post.

Let’s imagine a time in the not-too-distant future when your company’s executive team is considering candidates for promotion. You’re being discussed. What are those executives saying? You can be sure the conversation will include far more than a discussion of your on-the-job skills. Promotions aren’t offered based on job skills alone. Plenty

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Posted May 20, 2014 by

Brand Yourself: 6 Ways to Make You an Attractive Hire

"Who are you" question written on chalkboard

“Who are you” question written on chalkboard. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When you graduate from school and enter the workforce, chances are (from a paper standpoint) you resemble thousands of other applicants. You need a way to stand out from the job pool.

That’s where branding comes in. Branding is about becoming the applicant you want to be based on your ideal job. Branding is not about lying on your résumé; it’s about marketing yourself, playing up the experience you have, and helping an employer understand why you’re a good hire. Branding makes you more attractive, so here are a few tips on how to do it. (more…)

Posted March 25, 2014 by

Distance learning programs in India!

Sonali Dheri

Sonali Dheri

Advent of distance learning programmes in India

Distance learning programs in India have been introduced for the general convenience of students and working professionals who opt for it. These programs are offered online due to which they offer complete flexibility to students who can study according to their preference. Online MBA programs give you a 24*7 access to video lectures and notes online which you can view several times for useful understanding and revision of conceptions. These online programmes not only help you save a lot of time but also save your energy that is otherwise washed out in travelling to reach institutes for full time courses. Moreover, they make learning easy on the pocket as the fee is extremely affordable and you also save unnecessary expenses which are used for travelling, hostel etc. (more…)

Posted February 14, 2014 by

Not So in Love with Your Current Job? 21% of Workers Looking for New Employment in 2014

Today is Valentine’s Day and while some of you will express your love to someone special, some workers are expressing a desire to change jobs.  That’s right, there are job seekers not so in love with their current positions.  So employers, if you’re wondering why some of your employees want to move on, the following post offers several reasons, as well as reasons other employees will stay on their jobs. (more…)

Posted February 05, 2014 by

Internship Finder, How to Leave Your Position the Right Way

If you haven’t found your experience so appealing as an internship finder, the following post offers advice on leaving your position the right way.

You’re probably expecting an awesome internship experience this spring. Maybe you’ll gain access to executives and perks and receive an amazing educational experience. But if recent internship news is anything to go by, it may not end up being the experience you were expecting. More than 30 lawsuits have been filed by former interns. The lawsuits range from

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Posted January 29, 2014 by

Landed a New Entry Level Job in IT? 3 Important Things to Do

The following post shares three important things to do in your entry level job in IT.

We all have to start somewhere and, for most of us, being new to the workforce means taking an entry-level job. Starting out at the bottom of the food chain can often feel daunting and disheartening. I mean, did you really…

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Posted January 29, 2014 by

Are You Interested in Entry Level Jobs in Mechanical Engineering?

If you would like to learn about entry level jobs in mechanical engineering, the following post has information to assist your job search.

The new mechanical engineers find the entry level mechanical engineering jobs as boons for expanding and enlightening their career with success and financial profits.

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Posted December 31, 2013 by

6 Steps to Start Teaching Online

Melissa Burns

Melissa Burns

If you are getting bored by the conventional classroom methods, now is the time to explore your online opportunities and work your way towards becoming a virtual teacher. The number of students looking for tutoring and teaching help online is getting larger by the day, so this industry offers a great potential for you to reach your goals of spreading education and earn decent profits along the way.

If you already have practice in teaching and tutoring, you will easily blend into the online community. However, the great thing about online teaching is that you can also start as a newbie and be equally respected as the veterans in the industry. There are no boundaries to what you can achieve with online teaching – you only need to be good at it, explore your options and get updated with new online methods regularly. (more…)

Posted December 09, 2013 by

Working on Entry Level Jobs with Mature Employees? 3 Things Young Professionals Should Understand

You’ve probably heard that Generation Y, or Millennials, don’t seem to show enough respect to their older colleagues in the workplace.  When working on entry level jobs with mature employees, there are three things young professionals should understand.  Learn what they are in the following post.

If you are a young person, then I’m dead certain that in the last couple days you’ve gotten frustrated with at least one older person. They drive too slow, they take forever to do things, they’re scared to death of every new idea that comes across their desk, they wear their pants too high

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Posted November 27, 2013 by

Want More from Your Entry Level Job? How to Continue Growing in It

If you’re one who gets bored on your entry level job doing the same things, then maybe you need to find a way to get more out of it.  The following post offers tips to help you grow in your position.

Ever since I read Paul Angone’s book 101 Secrets for Your Twenties, that book has been stuck in my head. Secret #43 from the book is hugely important to young professionals; it goes like this: “The most dangerous job you can have in your 20s is a comfortable one” Continue reading…

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