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Posted August 11, 2014 by

About to Become an Entrepreneur as Your Entry Level Job? 3 Secrets for Success

If you are about to pursue an entry level job as a business owner, you should know these three secrets for success found in the following post.

Promise me something. The next time you update your resume (which you should do frequently, even if you’re not looking for a job), you will scrub it completely of the words self-starter, highly-motivated and driven. Why, you ask? Because you’re lying to yourself. The reality of being a self-starter The reality is that it’s easy

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

Find Time to Manage Your Career on Your Entry Level Job

Is it difficult for you to find time to manage your career?  If you plan to achieve career advancement from your entry level job, the following post has a suggestion for you.

You start the workday fired up with energy and great intentions. You plan to work on big projects you know you need to do to advance your career – to build the career capital that will help you at this job and your next few jobs. Then the first emails show up. And your phone rings, and you have

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Posted September 19, 2013 by

Schedule Your Entry Level Job Like a Day in High School

Would you like turn your work day on an entry level job into a day in high school?  If so, the following post has tips for creating a schedule like the days when you were getting an education.

For many of us, high school feels like a distant memory. Walking down the hallways going from class to class, hanging out with your friends and dying for your lunch period to arrive. There was a set schedule, a dress code, the curriculum was decided upon by your teachers and vacations were built in before the year started. It

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Posted September 05, 2013 by

Working Hard on Your Entry Level Job and Want Career Advancement? How to Make the Time to Achieve this Goal

If you desire to take the next step in your career from your entry level job, it is important to make time to do so.  Learn how in the following post.

You start the workday with great intentions. You plan to work on big projects—the important but not urgent things you know you need to do to advance your career. You want to build the career capital that will help you at this job and your next few jobs. Then the first emails show up, and it’s go-go-go

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