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Posted November 04, 2014 by

Searching for Internships or Entry Level Jobs? Don’t Scare Aware Employers by Making These Mistakes

Even though Halloween is over, that doesn’t mean that job seekers are not making mistakes that will scare off potential employers.  If they expect to land internships or entry level jobs, job seekers can not afford to be careless or lazy.  Your first impression should be memorable, in the right way that is.  So, please for your sake and those who will be considering you for job opportunities, avoid making the following mistakes in your job search. (more…)

Posted May 07, 2014 by

Graduate Employment: Moving Abroad after College

Young traveler outside of an airport

Young traveler outside of an airport. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

How often do you think about what you want to do after college?

Dream of being a stuntman? Professional crocodile wrestler? Politician? Whatever floats your boat, with college over, it’s time to face the big bad world head on.

With graduation a hazy memory, parties disbanded and hangover in full swing, it’s time to sort out your resume, apply for jobs and ensure your parents don’t think you’re a complete disappointment. (more…)

Posted April 16, 2014 by

Employers, Are You Looking for the Best Talent for Recent Graduate Jobs? Create the Best Job Advertisements

Employers have a better chance to find the best talent for recent graduate jobs if they create the best job advertisements.  Learn how they can do so in the following post.

Guess what? Your job ad is terrible. Don’t feel bad; most job ads are. Of course, it would probably be nice if the ad attracted perfect candidates. If it conveyed your culture and spoke directly to the perfect person and compelled them to apply. And it can happen. You just need to figure out

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Posted August 01, 2013 by

Grads, Want to be Creative? 4 Ways an Infographic Resume May Land You Recent Graduate Jobs

Graduates, if you’re trying to get your resume noticed by potential employers, perhaps a little creativity might do the trick.  Consider four ways to use an infographic resume to land recent graduate jobs in the following post.

Many questions come up while creating an infographic resume: Should you use a graph in line form or a pie chart? Should you put a big number right up near the top so everyone can see that important stat? Should you include company icons along with your job history? If you set

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Posted June 21, 2013 by

Stand Out From the Crowd – Get an Entry Level Job with These 13 Interview Tips

If you want an entry level job, you need to stand out from other candidates in your interview.  The following post has 13 tips to make a great impression during this all important meeting.

You’ve worked hard on your resume, and you finally networked your way to the right person. This is your chance: you’ve got an interview coming. What now? Wing it and hope for the best? Google for interview tips—and end up with the same template as everyone else? No, you’re smarter than that.

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Posted May 20, 2013 by

8 Ways to Succeed in Summer Internships Before Pursuing Recent Graduate Jobs

An internship is a good opportunity to gain some invaluable work experience.  For students with summer internships lined up, the following post shares eight ways to succeed in these experiences before pursuing recent graduate jobs.

Internships are a fantastic way to meet new people, learn about a chosen industry and discover what your dream job is really like. There are a number of things that you can do to make sure you’re getting the most out of your internship experience. Because if your friends are hanging out at the mall over the

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