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Posted October 09, 2013 by

Young Professionals with Recent Graduate Jobs Should Be Respected Equally in the Workplace

It’s hard enough for some young professionals with recent graduate jobs to get adjusted to the workplace itself, but then also being treated like less than their more senior colleagues. In the following post, learn how these workers can earn respect at work.

I once went on a job interview and overall, it was a great experience. The people were friendly and made me feel comfortable…something a bit rare for an interview. I was actually having a good time. Until I wasn’t. I was totally bothered by something that one of the men

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Posted December 19, 2012 by

Are you helping your students to plan ahead? Incoming freshmen are highly receptive to career-planning assistance

CollegeRecruiter.comCollege and universities should not assume that incoming freshmen don’t need help with career planning.  While they may not reach out for assistance, they are open to it, according to the following post.

Released this spring, the new 2012 report The Attitudes and Needs of Freshmen at Mid-Year from Noel-Levitz measures, among other things, the receptivity of incoming freshman students to various types of career-planning assistance. The report contains data from the Mid-Year Student Assessment, which assesses students halfway through the freshman year.

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Are you helping your students to plan ahead? Incoming freshmen are highly receptive to career-planning assistance