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Posted May 15, 2014 by

On Recent College Graduate Jobs Where You Need to Manage Your Boss? Tips to Learn this Skill

Young professionals who are not sure how to manage recent college graduate jobs can learn this skill with some tips in the following post.

If you think your work should speak for itself, why are so many famous artists unknown until their death? If you want to be known in this lifetime as a master at your craft, you’ll need to learn how to manage up. You’re probably good at letting others know how great your people are or how wonderful your company

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Posted May 08, 2014 by

8 Ways to Earn Cash While in School

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Young college student tutoring an older classmate. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

College students truly understand the definition of broke. Although some students attend school on a part-time basis and work to support themselves, the majority of students attend school full-time and seek part-time opportunities to generate extra cash.

Even if financial aid pays for your tuition and your parents give you money each month, these funds might not be enough. This is especially true if you have a car, bills and other expenses you need to cover. But given your school schedule, you may not have a lot of time for work.

Fortunately, several opportunities are available to you. Here are eight ways to make money as a college student that won’t take a lot of your time, or too much of your energy. (more…)

Posted March 25, 2014 by

Impacting Students: Six Books Business Educators Should Teach From

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Professor in an MBA class writing on a board. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A sharp mind and natural talent are essential for any successful businessperson, but in a world that’s never going to go easy on competition, business newbies need an extra edge. Oftentimes that edge comes from teachers who are passionate about helping their students, but that’s a difficult task without a fully equipped educational toolbox.

What are some of the books that every business educator should think about using? (more…)

Posted March 24, 2014 by

Do Job Seekers Have the Soft Skills to Obtain Jobs for Recent College Graduates and Advance Their Careers?

In order to obtain jobs for recent college graduates and advance their careers, job seekers need to focus on acquiring soft skills.  The following post has more on the importance of developing these skills.

Soft skills are essential irrespective of the level of management – entry, middle and top level management. People rise in organizations due to hard skills but fall due to lack of soft skills. Successful professionals need more of soft skills rather than hard skills. And to make it to the CEO level

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Posted March 21, 2014 by

Career in Internet Marketing: How best is for you?

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Internet Marketing on a digital screen. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Career: Get The Vital Questions Answered In The Field Of Internet Marketing

The vital ability to learn more and get into the core of internet marketing has made this field a must attend forum for all. However, a career in this field is going to focus on a vital salary and career prospects with different profitable deal, in the end. This field is mainly for those career aspirants, who are associated with the segment of SEM, Social media and in any other prospective field of internet marketing. However, a first and foremost question, which solely depends on our mind is to focus on any book, solely meant for internet marketing sector. However, there are no such books available. You have to go for the practical ideas for best possible examples. (more…)

Posted March 19, 2014 by

9 Tips College Recruiters May Not Tell You When Starting School

High school seniors should know nine tips that college recruiters may not tell them when starting college.  Learn what they are in the following post.

You only get the amazing experience of college once in your life. Sometimes this experience is the best in your life, and at other times, even the strongest people want to give up and cry. You’ll encounter a big learning curve as you transition from high school to college. For probably the first time in your life, you’re living

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Posted March 12, 2014 by

How to Love Networking for Your Entry Level Job Search

Initially, networking might sound scary to some of us, but the following post offers advice that could help you fall in love with this particular skill for your entry level job search.

Networking and blind dates are quite similar. This is especially true regarding the fear of rejection. Blind dates can be uncomfortable, they often feel forced, and everyone is trying to sell something (themselves). Networking events… are the same. I am going to help you overcome all of those crappy feelings and

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Posted March 05, 2014 by

What a College Recruiter Might Tell You About Going to College

Prospective students can get some advice that a college recruiter might share with them about going to college in the following post.

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Posted September 17, 2013 by

Future Entry Level Job Seekers, Can You Handle Your College Costs?

If you’re going to college before hitting the entry level job market, it’s important to prepare for all of the costs associated with getting a higher education.  The following post includes an infographic with more information to help you.

Every year, thousands of students select a college to attend. Decisions hinge on factors including convenience, cost, financial aid or grant availability, location or simply because the college is the same one a parent or sibling went to. Wherever you wind up, the costs of college can quickly add up. Depending on which side of the country

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Posted July 24, 2013 by

Be Careful on Social Media! College Recruiters are Watching You

While prospective college students may see no harm in their activities on social media, college recruiters may disagree.  Learn more in the following post.

That said, with only 15 percent of schools having any policy whatsoever, that gives the vast majority of college recruiters complete freedom to surf your internet trail. Online behavior that can affect your chances of admission

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