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Posted September 19, 2014 by

College Graduates, Thinking about Creating Your Own Jobs with Startups? Keep These 3 Financial Tips in Mind

College graduates might give strong thought to creating their own jobs by forming startups.  Before doing so, grads should consider three financial tips found in the following post.

You’ve decided to turn your great startup idea into a reality, congratulations! As you prepare to give yourself over to the life of an entrepreneur, some of the biggest challenges you’ll need to prepare for are the financial ones. And not just how to get your great idea up and running — how

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Posted September 16, 2014 by

About to Graduate from College and Want an Entry Level Job In Freelance? 7 Steps to Follow

If you are about to graduate from college and have an interest in getting an entry level job freelancing, the following post has seven steps to move forward in your search.

You have many good reasons to start your freelance career as soon as (or even before) you graduate college. Even if you’d prefer to work an office job or want to explore another type of traditional employment setting, think of how “running your own business” will look on your resume. Plus, as you trudge

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Posted September 05, 2014 by

Recruiters, Here’s a New Resource to Help You Find the Best Job Candidates

For recruiters trying to find the best candidates for job openings, the following post shares a new resource they might be interested in.

In many ways, recruiting is a lot like dating. So in the arduous process of finding the perfect match, what works for one might work for the other, right? That’s what Jobr thinks: This new job search app is taking its cue directly from the online dating world. Matching employees and jobs On the surface, Jobr

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Posted August 15, 2014 by

College Graduates, Not Achieving the Success You Want on Your Jobs? 5 Mistakes that are Hurting You

Certain mistakes on their jobs can cause college graduates not to achieve the success they want.  In the following post, learn five mistakes that are hurting them at work.

You can be bad at something because you make errors, because you aren’t cut out for the task the way your employer needs you to be. Or maybe you’re simply not as good as your co-workers, who can also turn into your competition. In short, if you’re slipping at work, there could be a few

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Posted July 22, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Don’t Worry About Having Top Corner Office Jobs Now. Plan that for the Future

Recent college graduates should not focus on getting the top corner office jobs right away.  However, that does not mean they can’t start planning to do so now for the future.  Learn more in the following post.

Though you know you one day want a C-suite title, you realize it’ll take some time to get there. No one puts the recent grad or entry-level associate in the corner office off the bat. So should you hang back and wait awhile before stepping up? Of course not! You should chart your path to

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Posted July 21, 2014 by

College Students, Need an Effective Approach to Network for Jobs? Try this Strategy

As college students go about networking for jobs, they need to find an effective way to do so.  The following post suggests one strategy that can work.

By now, you know that networking is the only real way into your dream job. But are you doing it right? Last week I experienced the ultimate networking experience… let’s say hello to “Ginny”…

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Posted June 24, 2014 by

How College Graduates Can Be Brazen on Their Jobs

At work, just like in life, confidence makes a difference in how we feel about ourselves.  College graduates working on jobs who need a more brazen attitude can learn how to get it in the following post.

You know how some words have an energy about them? Brazen is one. It gives an energy of power and confidence. Whereas its antonyms — timid, shy, meek — have a much different energy. Interesting how a simple word — brazen — can make us feel a certain way and elicit a sense of

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Posted June 20, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Are You Keeping Track of Accomplishments on Your Jobs? Why It is a Good Idea

On their jobs, recent college graduates might want to consider keeping up with their career accomplishments.  Learn some reasons why in the following post.

Every professional should keep an up-to-date list of his or her accomplishments, responsibilities and results. Academic advisors sometimes call this a “brag sheet,” and they draw from it when writing recommendations for students. Keeping a list of your professional accomplishments serves a similar purpose. This list acts as a repository that you can

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Posted June 09, 2014 by

Constantly Changing Jobs as a Recent Graduate? Job Hopping May Not Eliminate You as a Candidate

Someone constantly changing jobs as a recent graduate may not think a potential employer will hire him or her.  However, being a job hopper may not eliminate you as a candidate.  Learn more in the following post.

If you’re a job hopper, you may have been a bit worried about marketing yourself to prospective employers. Will they judge the fact that you’ve changed gigs every few years or maybe even every few months? Will you have to explain yet again why you have such a diverse resume of experiences

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Posted June 05, 2014 by

Looking for the Best Applicants to Fill Jobs for College Graduates? Try this Strategy

In order to find the best applicants to fill jobs for college graduates, employers should consider one strategy in the following post.

Ramit Sethi, the mastermind behind I Will Teach You To Be Rich, is hiring a copywriter — but that’s not what’s notable. The interesting part is that applicants must complete a writing test to even be considered for the position. In Sethi’s words, “This test will cover your ability to compile existing IWT material into engaging and useful articles and

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