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Posted September 03, 2015 by

5 Important Steps to Follow along with When You’re Obtaining a New Job

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Jobs red word and arrow on stair up to open conceptual door with view to sky and field on white background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Summary: There are 5 key areas in the job search – which include promoting yourself together with reference letters and developing a powerful professional brand – that will help you find jobs fast.

There are 5 basic steps in a job search. How you perform in most of these areas will determine the speed and also ease with you land a brand new job. Failing to boost your performance for all of these steps can dramatically lower your chances of finding work in just a reasonable time body. (more…)

Posted September 05, 2014 by

College Graduates, Looking for More Interaction on LinkedIn Concerning Jobs? How to Get Better Results

When searching for jobs on LinkedIn, college graduates can gain more interaction by focusing on their value.  Learn how they can get better results on the site in the following post.

Maybe you’re falling short of your expectations on LinkedIn. Maybe the calls and email aren’t flooding in. And that is 100 percent normal. The fact is, most people who view your profile are not ready to call you, email you, or buy what you are selling after just one look at your profile. Which means the goal

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Posted July 22, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Don’t Worry About Having Top Corner Office Jobs Now. Plan that for the Future

Recent college graduates should not focus on getting the top corner office jobs right away.  However, that does not mean they can’t start planning to do so now for the future.  Learn more in the following post.

Though you know you one day want a C-suite title, you realize it’ll take some time to get there. No one puts the recent grad or entry-level associate in the corner office off the bat. So should you hang back and wait awhile before stepping up? Of course not! You should chart your path to

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Posted July 18, 2014 by

How to Craft a Killer Post-Grad Resume

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Erica Wolfe, Marketing Associate at Greek Streak

Graduating from college is an incredible achievement filled with excitement, but it also comes with questions and uncertainties about the future. Beginning the job application process can be overwhelming, as college grads are competing with thousands of others for entry-level positions. With the right resume, landing that first job might come easier than expected. Here are a few tips on how to craft the perfect post-grad resume so that you can stand out from the competition. (more…)

Posted June 16, 2014 by

Are Career Fairs Still Important for College Recruiting? Other Strategies to Find the Best Talent

When it comes to college recruiting, you would think that college career fairs are a big factor in finding new hires.  However, this may not be the case for all companies.  Learn more, including other strategies to search for talent, in the following post.

Below are a few ways that companies can optimize their university recruiting strategies and build a stronger pipeline to recruit interns and new-grads: Discover the most difficult courses on campus and find the students who…

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Posted June 06, 2014 by

Why Your Personal Brand is Not Helping You Find an Internship or Entry Level Job

If you don’t understand what your personal brand is about, it could make your ability to find an internship or an entry level job more challenging.  Learn more in the following post.

Everyone today is a brand. We have to be, because personal branding is vital to the way people treat us, pay us and follow our ideas. Despite what seems to be popular opinion, however, having a great linkedin profile and connecting via twitter and Facebook is not personal branding…

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Posted May 14, 2014 by

Entrepreneurship: Is Franchising Right for You?

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The word franchising in gold with black background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Whether you are in the process of graduating, or still have a ways to go; there is no doubt you are thinking about your job prospects. You may be searching for entry-level jobs in your chosen field, or you could be in the midst of a promising internship. Another option is to start your own business using the skills and experience that you have gained in your years of study.

Starting a business could seem like a daunting task, especially in a tough market. However, buying a franchise could give you an advantage over your competition. (more…)

Posted April 18, 2014 by

Want an Entry Level Job at a Law Firm? What Graduates Can Expect

For a law graduate looking for an entry level job, there will be opportunities to get one, just maybe not as many as before.  Learn more in the following post.

This assessment comes from a man whose business it is to crunch the numbers: Jim Leipold, executive director of the National Association for Law Placement, a group that tracks legal job figures and focuses on career…

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Posted March 20, 2014 by

Do You Want an Entry Level Job in Green Tech? Where You Could Find One

If you are interested in clean energy and want to find an entry level job, the following post shares where you have the best chance of getting one.

There’s an international focus on growing renewable energy and cutting back on emissions. With government funding and private sector investment, the green energy is quickly growing to satisfy global requirements—and so are the job opportunities. Regardless of whether you’re a new grad or a seasoned veteran of the workforce, employers are

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Posted March 05, 2014 by

The Interview for Your Entry Level Job is Over. Now What?

If you’re having a tough time waiting on an answer following an interview for an entry level job, the following post suggests how to make the best of this time.

The interview itself went well. You’ve talked about your strengths, your weaknesses, how much you’ve always had a passion for (insert job type here) and attempted a joke about the interviewer’s lack of sleep. (There’s a photo of a baby on her desk.) Now comes the hard part…

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