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Posted February 26, 2014 by

How You Can Approach Networking to Land an Entry Level Job in 2014

Do you need some guidance on networking to land an entry level job in 2014?  If so, learn how to approach this part of the job search in the following post.

Networking is a critical component of your job search success. Many people feel it is the most important. Countless studies indicate that employers prefer to hire candidates who are referred by current employees, as this is much more effective than reviewing hundreds of applications through job boards. So what is networking and how does one go about it

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Posted February 25, 2014 by

Trying to Manage Time on Those Entry Level Jobs? 5 Tips to Grasp Your Career

At some point on their entry level jobs, employees might have trouble managing their time.  To get a firm grasp on their careers, they should try five tips found in the following post.

The truth is, if you can’t manage your time, you’ll find it hard to properly manage your career. In order to reach any level of career success – be it a raise, a promotion or a new job – you need to first know how to take control of your daily tasks and responsibilities rather than letting them control you.

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Posted January 16, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Starting Entry Level Jobs? 3 Tips for Succeeding Throughout Your Career

For young professionals on entry level jobs who want to succeed in their careers, the following post has three tips that can help.

Jeff Charbonneau has been a teacher – specifically for chemistry, physics and engineering – for over 12 years. He also founded and directs the ZHS Robot Challenge and acts as the co-president at the Zillah Education Association. Most recently, he was awarded the 2013 National Teacher of the Year. Recently, Jeff offered advice on how to succeed in any


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Posted November 14, 2013 by

How to Succeed at College Recruiting

What does it take to succeed at college recruiting?  Find out according to the following post.

The successful college recruiting program looks at the long haul, not just short-term results, and is built on strong relationships. Here are best practices for college recruiting.

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Posted October 18, 2013 by

Need a Different Strategy for Your Entry Level Job Search? Create an Online Portfolio

In addition to “who you know”, it may be also about “what you show” when it comes to your job search.  So, if you want to impress potential employers while trying to find an entry level job, the following post suggests creating an online portfolio.

In today’s competitive job market, it’s not enough just to know things. To get a recruiter’s attention, you must be able to demonstrate what you can do and do better than your career competition. Developing a portfolio of work samples is one strategy for demonstrating your skill. A recent study found

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Posted September 23, 2013 by

Starting a New Entry Level Job? 5 Ways to Become Organized

If you want to make things less stressful when starting a new entry level job, take the time to get organized.  Learn five ways to do so in the following post.

Starting your first job can be overwhelming and intimidating. You’re eager to prove yourself, produce quality work and stay on top of things — which you can do by mastering the art of staying organized. Right from the get-go, you’ll want to explore the advice and tools available to get yourself organized. By

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Posted September 06, 2013 by

College Students and Graduates, Learn How to Eliminate Stress in Your Entry Level Jobs or Personal Lives

At various times in their lives, college students and graduates will face some stress, whether on entry level jobs or in their personal lives.  How they handle it is the key.  The following post has some helpful tips for eliminating stress.

How College Students Can Relieve (blog) (press release)Obtaining jobs for college students can become a challenge as they try to balance school, work, and their social lives. All of this can lead…

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Posted August 29, 2013 by

Staying Professional on Your Entry Level Job – 4 Boundaries for Healthy Workplace Relationships

How well do you get along with coworkers?  Whether you’re on an entry level job or another position, you can set boundaries that will create healthy relationships in the workplace.  Learn four ways to do so in the following post.

This is a Guest Post by Van Moody,author of The People Factor. Success in the workplace depends on your ability to relate effectively to people. Research shows that 60-80% of all difficulties in organizations stem from strained relationships between employees, not from deficits in an individual employee’s skill or motivation.1 Difficult workplace relationships

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Posted April 30, 2013 by

Career in Counseling

Are you interested in counseling as a career?  If so, the following post has more information about some entry level job opportunities in the field.

According to the American Counseling Association: What does the counseling profession entail?Professional Counselors are graduate level (either master’s or doctoral degree) mental health service providers, trained to work with individuals, families, and groups in treating mental, behavioral, and emotional problems and disorders. A Professional Counselor will possess a master’s or doctoral degree in one

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Posted April 04, 2013 by

4 Reasons Why Employers Must Encourage Telecommuting

Why should employers allow employees to work from home?  The following post has four good reasons.

2.5% of the U.S. employee workforce (3.1 million people, not including the self-employed or unpaid volunteers) considers home their primary place of work. it is also estimated that 20 to 30 million Americans work from home at least one day a week.-According to an analysis Attract and Retain Employees

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4 Reasons Why Employers Must Encourage Telecommuting