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Posted June 03, 2014 by

Leaving Your Recent Graduate Jobs? 9 Tips to Resign on a Good Note

Young professionals who plan to leave their recent graduate jobs should do so on a good note with these nine tips in the following post.

Thinking of quitting your job to start your own venture? You need to plan a smooth exit. And that means resigning as graciously as possible. You may have been planning to say something along the lines of “take this job and shove it,” but that would be a big mistake. I’ve been in business for a long

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Posted July 31, 2013 by

Useful Tips for When People Ask About Your Entry Level Job Search

Other than not having a job, the next worst thing might be talking about not having a job.  However, if you’re a recent college graduate searching for an entry level job, consider this an opportunity that can benefit your job search.  The following post has useful tips for when the discussion about employment arises.

Dealing with the rejection and subsequent dejection that often accompanies an extended job search can be difficult. And then someone has to come along and dump salt in the wound by asking, “So…how’s the job search going?” Your knee-jerk reaction may be to brush off the question with a brusque, “fine” or, even worse, express bitterness

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How to Turn The Dreaded “How’s the Job Search Going?” Question Into Opportunity