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Posted May 30, 2014 by

Interviewing for Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 5 Ways to Leave the Interviewer Uninterested

Interviews for jobs for recent college graduates need to leave favorable impressions of the job seekers.  Otherwise, an interviewer might get bored.  In the following post, learn five ways to leave him or her uninterested in you as a job seeker.

It’s easy to ruin a job interview. If your interviewer’s counting her yawns, it doesn’t matter how qualified you are for the position—you’ve lost the job. So, what mind-numbing mistakes are costing you work? And, more importantly, how can you keep the conversation lively while also coming across as professional? If

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Posted April 29, 2014 by

Ladies, Want to Dress to Impress on Those Recent Graduate Jobs? 4 Tips to be Fashionable Yet Professional at Work

For women with recent graduate jobs who want to dress to impress, there are four tips in the following post to help them be fashionable, yet professional at work.

Guest Post by Amy Kline Any and every female go-getter is faced with the challenge of being both assertive and respected; a leader and a team player. Unfortunately, it often is the case that we are judged by our dress first and foremost, rather than our capabilities. Appearance is a part of

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Posted February 03, 2014 by

Interested in an Entry Level Job with a Nonprofit? 4 Things You Might Not Know

If you’re tired of your current entry level job and want to work for a nonprofit organization, learn four things you might know about the transition in the following post.

It’s that time of year again. Time to make (and then quickly break) career resolutions. If you’re like many unhappy employees, you may have set a goal to find more meaningful work in 2014. The nonprofit sector might be just the place for you to begin your search. But if you want to make your resolution to transition from

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Posted November 27, 2013 by

Is Being an Entrepreneur Your Entry Level Job? What You Should Keep in Mind

Being an entrepreneur as your entry level job means you’ll need to keep certain things in mind.  Learn more in the following post.

If you’re thinking of becoming an entrepreneur, or are one already, you know a big part of entrepreneurship is to always be learning. No matter what stage of the journey you’re on, it’s key to keep seeking out new tips and tricks to make your business more successful (and keep yourself as sane

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Posted September 25, 2013 by

Does Your Entry Level Job Achieve Your Flow State?

College graduates, whichever entry level job you choose should be one that fulfills your interests.  Otherwise, you’re not likely to achieve your flow state.  Learn more about this concept in the following post.

It’s hardly groundbreaking news that Americans hate going to work. Especially when you see stories like the guy who outsourced his own job to China to watch cat videos in his cube all day. But the idea that 70 percent of US employees feel disengaged and bored at work is astonishing

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Posted August 14, 2013 by

Interviewing for Recent Graduate Jobs? Make Sure You Earn the Interviewer’s Trust

Trust is something we must earn from people.  When meeting someone for the first time, for example, young professionals who are interviewing for recent graduate jobs, you want to earn trust by making a great impression.  Learn seven ways to achieve this goal in the following post.

Guest Post by Marvin Brown Trust is at the core of every type of human transaction, whether it’s in business, family matters, or with a romantic partner. If you want to get hired, you need to inspire trust. If you want to make a sale, the prospect has to trust you. To get anyone to listen to

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

You Maybe Tempted, but Don’t Lie to Get an Entry Level Job

If you are a college student or recent graduate searching for an entry level job, it’s okay to distinguish yourself as the best candidate; however, remember to be honest during the process.  While you might think lying can reward you with a job, the following post also points out the risks involved.

Yahoo’s CEO Scott Thompson lost his job in 2012 because he falsified his resume. He lied about getting a computer science degree and was forced to resign when the truth came to light. “How could he do such a thing?” the American public cried out. “What kind of criminal lies on his

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The Risks (and Rewards) of Lying During Your Job Hunt