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Posted May 06, 2014 by

Want a Longer Life? Sit Less on Your Entry Level Job

If you are interested in prolonging your life while on your entry level job, check out an infographic in the following post encouraging you to sit less, and some tips for improving your health.

If Americans limited their time of sitting by three hours the average lifespan would be extended two years. Use these simple excuses to stand every hour to extend your own life expectancy.  STAND MORE SIT LESS – We all know that it is good for our health, just have to figure out how to implement it daily. Loved this

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Posted March 21, 2014 by

Want to Win that Entry Level Job? Prepare for a Big Career Moment with These 9 Tips

Whether you’re trying to win an entry level job or get a promotion, you want to take advantage of the opportunity.  The following post has nine tips to prepare you for a big career moment.

With the failure that occurred at the Winter Olympics in Sochi in mind, I asked this essential question to respected members of the business community: When your big career moment comes, how do you prepare to be successful? Below are nine brilliant responses that apply to any scenario when you need to be

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Posted March 11, 2014 by

The “How to” Concerning Body Language on Recent College Graduate Jobs

When working on recent college graduate jobs, it’s important to understand body language.  In the following post, learn the “how to” of body language for certain situations in the workplace.

Did you know humans can produce over 250,000 facial expressions? And can adopt over 1,000 postures? That our eyes account for 82% of the way we process the world around us? This emphasis on visual stimuli, and how we intrepret the facial expressions and posture of others, makes it extra important to be aware of how our body language is

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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Are These 5 Challenging Workplace Personalities on Your Entry Level Job?

On your entry level job, you might encounter a variety of personalities that can be hard to deal with.  In the following post, learn five of these personalities and how to get along with them.

This is a guest post by Judith Orloff . The workplace is filled with difficult personalities–bullies, know-it-alls, rumor mongers… Our fallback reaction when faced with problem people at work is to either assert ourselves or walk swiftly in the other direction. But there’s a middle ground, a way of communicating that’s

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Posted January 30, 2014 by

Haven’t Updated Resumes on Those Recent Graduate Jobs? 7 Reasons It’s a Good Idea

On recent graduate jobs, workers may not find it necessary to update their resumes.  However, the following post shares seven reasons why it’s a good idea to do so.

Work is going well, and you have a job you enjoy with great benefits. You feel like you have a future at this company. You have no intention of moving on anytime soon. You’re in a good place professionally, so you may never need to think about revisiting your boring old resume ever

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Want to Improve Productivity on Entry Level Jobs? 3 Tips to Get More Done

Recent grads, do you want to improve productivity on your entry level jobs?  If so, check out three tips for getting more work done in the following post.

Young professionals striving to get more done in less time have always tried to crack the productivity code. The idea of getting more done, faster, is a seductive one. Here’s a secret of highly productive entrepreneurs and creatives: they respect their ultradian rhythm. You’re probably familiar with the term

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Posted November 14, 2013 by

4 Tips to Reduce Stress in Interviews for Jobs for Recent College Graduates

Going into an interview stressed out likely won’t help your chances of landing a job.  So, if you’re interviewing for jobs for recent college graduates, the following post has four tips to reduce stress before these meetings.

No matter their experience, many interviewees sabotage their chances of having a successful job interview because they over-think, or don’t think enough because they are too consumed with worry. To prevent the unnecessary and destructive anxiety that you feel leading up to your interview, consider these following job interview tips…

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Posted October 23, 2013 by

College Recruiters, Advice to Share with Students Anxious to Attend College

College recruiters can not only sell the reasons why prospective students should come to their schools, but also be a calming influence since the students are new to the college experience.  The following post has advice recruiters (as well as students) can share with students anxious to attend college.

Featured: Featured I’ve been interacting with high school students a lot more than usual and one of their main fears seems to be going to college. They’ve been telling me about the anxiety they feel going into college and being on their own for the first time. I’ve been thinking back on my

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Posted October 18, 2013 by

Young Professionals, 10 Reasons You Won’t Get Entry Level Jobs Thanks to Your Interview

When competing for entry level jobs, young professionals should not do anything to hurt their chances, which includes sabotaging their interviews.  In the following post, learn 10 reasons why these candidates won’t land potential opportunities.

It’s a competitive job market these days, with many job candidates competing elbow-to-elbow for available jobs. But some folks do us all a favor… by taking themselves out of contention… all by themselves. Here are some ways that some job candidates reveal their inner crazy and turn

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Posted June 19, 2013 by

5 Ways Employees Can Return to Work Mode on Their Entry Level Jobs After a Vacation

Once you have had some time off from the job, it may be difficult to get back into a mindset of working.  For employees with entry level jobs or other positions, the following post has five ways they can return to work mode after a vacation.

No matter how much you love your job, getting back into the groove of things after a vacation can be quite challenging, especially if it was an extended holiday. From the backlog of emails to nonstop meetings and events, sometimes your body is at the office while your mind is still enjoying that beach breeze and

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Back-To-Work Blues: 5 Smart Tips to Get Back on the Grind After Vacation