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Posted May 13, 2014 by

Young Professionals, What’s One Moment to Make a Change in Your Career? Starting Recent Graduate Jobs

There are certain times in your career that may call for a change.  For young professionals, one of those moments is when they begin new positions, such as recent graduate jobs.  Learn more in the following post.

Is it safe to say that the colorful wigs and wild costumes are a thing of the past for Nicki Minaj? Maybe. The head Barb in charge was the talk of the Web when she stepped on the scene to promote her new movie The Other Woman in a toned-down look that

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Posted March 21, 2014 by

Achieving Success or Struggling on Jobs for Recent College Graduates, and Need Support? Tips to Help You Get It

Throughout your career, you will need support.  If you’re a young professional succeeding or struggling on one of those jobs for recent college graduates, it’s nice to have someone encourage you.  If this support is lacking, the following post has some tips that will help you find it.

So, you’re totally excited about a recent work-related accomplishment you’d like to leverage for your next big career move. You run to tell your parents, hoping for insights on how to take that step, only to be met by a lackluster,”Oh, that’s nice. Keep up the great work.” Or let’s

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Posted January 06, 2014 by

Want to Recommend a Friend for Some Jobs for College Students? 3 Questions to Ponder First

There may be a friend of yours in college who needs a job and could use some help in his or her job search.  If you’ve heard about some jobs for college students to recommend, think about three questions to ask yourself first in the following post.

You might come across a situation where there’s a job opening at your office and you know a job-seeking friend who could use an extra boost in their job search. Whether you’re doing this out of the goodness of your heart or your friend has dropped less-than-subtle hints about recommending them, you may


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Posted December 06, 2013 by

Why Aren’t More Hiring Managers Contacting You About Entry Level Jobs? 5 Reasons That Might Explain

So, you’ve applied for many entry level jobs, but have not been contacted by any hiring managers.  There are five reasons that might explain why in the following post.

One of the most frustrating moments in a person’s career is when they’re either 1) unemployed and looking for a job, or 2) employed but looking for a better job. Along with thousands of other professionals, at some point during your career, you may have found yourself in such a predicament. Consequently, you may have

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Posted September 09, 2013 by

Rejected for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Sometimes the Truth Hurts

Job seekers usually don’t like to be rejected.  However, rejection is likely to hurt more if the reasons speak the truth about you as an applicant.  So, whether you’re looking for recent college graduate jobs or other positions, consider if something you did caused you to be turned down for an opportunity.

Gawker recently published a rejection letter from a tech startup founder who included tips for job seekers who didn’t make the cut. In the letter, Shea Gunther notified more than 900 applicants, who had little to no chance of landing a gig at his new company, on how to improve their job seeking tactics—in 42 points, to

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Posted August 29, 2013 by

Want Career Advancement from Your Entry Level Job? 10 Reasons that Will Hold You Back

If you are dreaming of moving up the career ladder of success from your entry level job, you don’t want to say or do anything to hurt your chances.  The following post highlights 10 reasons that will hold you back from career advancement.

One of the biggest things that professionals are often blinded by are actions that lead to workplace drama. Workplace drama is typically so heavily frowned upon by management that even a high-performer, who might be labeled as a “troublemaker,” will often be one of the first fired during downsizing or organizational realignment. While I think you should

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Posted August 13, 2013 by

Grads, Are You Moving Up from those Recent Graduate Jobs? 5 Traps to be Wary of in Leadership

For young professionals climbing the corporate ladder from their recent graduate jobs, it is important that they know how to transition into leadership.  The following post warns them of five traps to avoid in career advancement.

So, you’ve just been promoted or taken on a new leadership role in a new department or company. The excitement can quickly wear off when you realize that suddenly, things are not going as smoothly as they used to. You’re still the smart, competent person you were in your last

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Posted July 18, 2013 by

Is Your Entry Level Job Being an Entrepreneur? Why Your Business Should Branch Out

If you have decided on entrepreneurship as your entry level job, at some point, you might want your business to branch out.  Why? Learn more in the following post.

Many of you might know that I am involved in quite a few projects and working on multiple business ventures at the same time. Even though I am always busy, and time is becoming increasingly of the essence, there is method to the madness. Whether you are climbing the ladder in an


Boss Moves: The Power of Diversifying Your Offerings

Posted May 29, 2013 by

Feeling Held Back on Your Entry Level Job? Learn What You Can Do

If you have held an entry level job for a while and believe you’re not getting opportunities to move forward in your career, the following post has some tips that may help take you to the next level.

The office should be a place of productivity, revenue generation, impact creation and growth. That said, we all know that not every day at work is so rosy. Depending on how far along you are in your career, you may have already encountered it. For those who have not, get ready. I’m referring to the day you realize that

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Office Woes: How to Handle a Career-Stifling Boss

Posted April 24, 2013 by

The Key to Your Career Advancement: An Emotional Intelligence Mentor

If career advancement is one of your professional goals for 2013, then it may be a good idea to find an emotional intelligence mentor.  Learn more in the following post.

It’s often said that emotional intelligence (EI) is valuable for anyone who wants to be a leader, especially for women. We are often quick with the emotional response or approach to things, but in a business or professional setting, a lack of EI can hinder advancement. The concept of EI has been

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