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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Tips to Make the Most Your Emails When Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates

Do you think about how you compose your emails when searching jobs for recent college graduates?  If not, you could be hurting your chance of landing an interview.  The following post shares several tips to make the most of your job search emails.

Much of your job search correspondence will take place via email… networking, post-interview thank you emails, emails that accompany your resume, etc. And a single email message can make or break your job search with a specific organization or person. (No second chance). As a young professional, by now you should be

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Posted January 21, 2014 by

Grads, Interviewing for Entry Level Jobs? Why You Shouldn’t Bring Your Parents

When interviewing for entry level jobs, graduates should think twice before bringing their parents along.  Learn more in the following post.

If you think you’ve heard it all when it comes to how involved parents are in Millennials’ job search, we’ve got some news for you. Now, not only are we apparently bringing our parents to interviews — we’re actually having them interview for us! Well, some people are

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Posted January 06, 2014 by

Build a Focused Resume for Your Entry Level Job Search

If you want to get a specific job, then it makes sense to build a resume specific to that job.  In the following post, learn how to construct a resume for your entry level job search that is tailor made for your dream job.

From our partner site…www.careercast.com http://www.careercast.com/career-news/how-supercharge-your-resume By Martin Yate, CPC Show me a stalled job search and I’ll show you a flawed resume. First of all, to be successful your resume must focus on a specific target job. That general

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Posted December 31, 2013 by

Have Career Goals for Your Entry Level Job in 2014? 7 Ways to Achieve Them

If you have any career goals for 2014, say for your entry level job, the following post shares seven ways to achieve them.

Heather Townsend, author of The Go-To Expert and How to make partner and still have a life, reveals in this article 7 ways of kick-starting your career in 2014 Many of us will start 2014 with good intentions to revitalise our career or go for the promotion that you know you deserve. However, very

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

Asked About Salary During Interviews for Recent Graduate Jobs? How You Should Respond

How should grads respond to a question about salary during interviews for recent graduate jobs?  Learn more in the following post.

From our partner site…www.careercast.com http://www.careercast.com/career-news/how-to-answer-how-much-money-do-you-want By Martin Yate, CPC Ask for too much and you might not get an offer; ask for too little and you could be kicking yourself for years. Under-negotiating your salary today has an impact on

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Posted December 10, 2013 by

College Recruiting at a Networking Event? How the Way You Think Can Lead to Success: Part 1

Are you college recruiting at a networking event?  The key to finding success could all be in the way you think.  Learn more in the following post.

In this 2 part blog post Heather Townsend, author of ‘How to make partner and still have a life’ and ‘The Go-To Expert’ explores how your mind is often the biggest barrier to winning business from attending networking events. Getting results from attending a networking group depends as much on your attitude as whether you are going to the

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Posted November 25, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Don’t Feel Like Your Entry Level Jobs Are Worth the Time? 3 Steps to Help You Make It

Young professionals who are not happy with their entry level jobs could easily quit them, or find out why they’re unhappy with them.  The following post shares three steps to help these workers make it on their current jobs.

You open your eyes, remember it’s a weekday and feel a crushing weight come down on your chest as you think, “I really don’t want to go to work again. What am I going to do?!” We’ve all been there, dreading the moment when we have to get

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Posted November 06, 2013 by

Looking for a Freelance Entry Level Job? 5 Ways to Maximize Your Profile on Employment Sites

Are you interested in finding a freelance entry level job?  If you have a freelance profile, the following post has five ways to maximize it on employment websites.

If you’ve been hunting for jobs on freelance marketplaces, you’ve probably found it both a land of opportunities and a pain in the neck. Freelance marketplaces offer hundreds — sometimes thousands — of remote job positions globally, which makes it difficult to sift through the listings. If you think you’re having a hard

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Posted September 16, 2013 by

Internship Finder, 4 Reasons You May not Have the Right Opportunity

Once an internship finder has landed an opportunity, he or she may have certain expectations for the experience.  However, the following post includes four reasons that might tell an intern if the position is worth the time.

Featured: Featured Lauren contributed to this article written by Aaron Guerrero. It appeared on U.S. News on September 11, 2013. With the arrival of fall, some students and recent college graduates are preparing for internships. Whether it’s at a high-tech company or a smaller financial firm, many enter the endeavor sharing common goals: padding their skill set, livening

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Posted September 16, 2013 by

Going for an Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur? One Topic You Should Pay Attention to

Not to take anyone’s excitement about becoming an entrepreneur entering the entry level job market, but have you considered the stress of going into business for yourself?  If not, the following post deals with a topic that can potentially affect you as a business owner.

The ups and downs of entrepreneurship are no secret. As rewarding as it is, it’s also chock full of risk, pressure and long hours that can take a toll on anyone’s physical and mental health. Which is why Inc.com recently ran a post that detailed one of the less-talked about

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