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Posted August 26, 2013 by

6 Ways a Summer Internship Finder Can Keep in Touch with a Former Boss after the Experience

Are you a summer intern who has finished or is about to finish your internship?  Even though, the experience is or about to be over, that doesn’t mean communication with your former boss has to be.  The following post shares six ways an internship finder can keep in touch.

Featured: Featured I know most of you are finishing up your summer internships. Here are some tips on how to stay in touch with your summer internship coordinator after the internship ends: 1. Find out his or her birthday. Put this on your calendar and remember it every year for the rest of your

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Posted July 02, 2013 by

Do You Have an Entry Level Job? How to Climb the Ladder of Success the Right Way

There is nothing wrong with having a desire to move up in your career.  If you’re just getting started in the workforce with an entry level job, the following post has tips to climb the ladder of success the right way.

You’re an ambitious careerist. You work hard, you dream big and you know you’ve got what it takes to get to top of that corporate ladder one day. The question is: How do you make the climb without alienating everyone around you in the process? Unfortunately, “ambition” can sometimes be seen as a

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How to Move Up the Career Ladder Without Being a Brown-Noser

Posted May 21, 2013 by

Build Workplace Relationships at Your Entry Level Job. 5 Ways to Boost Morale with Co-workers

If you have just started an entry level job, it is important to make a good impression with everyone, including your co-workers.  The following post has five ways to build workplace relationships and boost morale with your colleagues.

Complaints, grievances, nagging, gossip, pessimism, anger and misery. Nothing’s worse than a workplace where co-workers and bosses alike share in these unfortunate traits with one another daily. It affects productivity and, even worse, your outlook on life. The dread we may feel in our gut—knowing what awaits us as we head to work—is enough to ruin

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5 Simple Ways for a Stronger Working Relationship with your Co-workers – Bringing Civility Back to the Workplace