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Posted July 14, 2014 by

College Graduates, Looking for Telecommuting Jobs? 5 Positions that Might Surprise You

Some college graduates may be searching for jobs where they can work from home.  In the following post, learn five telecommuting jobs that they might be surprised to know are available.

“While we have job listings in over 50 career categories, ranging from entry-level to executive, the most common industries that consistently have work-from-home jobs include medical and health, customer service, sales,…

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Posted December 09, 2013 by

Your Entry Level Job May Lead to Multiple Jobs but Not Necessarily Multiple Careers

Have you heard that you will have seven careers?  Well, that’s not exactly true.  Getting an entry level job may lead to multiple jobs, but not exactly multiple careers.  Learn more in the following post.

“You’ll have seven careers in your lifetime.” That’s advice you’ve probably heard and perhaps taken to heart. It’s one of the most popular pieces of guidance echoed by almost every career counselor. The problem is, it’s a myth that’s doing a lot of damage. As noted by The Wall Street Journal, the seven career claim has

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Posted July 08, 2013 by

Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs in Medical Administration? What You Need to Know

For people searching for recent graduate jobs in medical administration, the following post shares information that can help you find work in this career field.

Almost anyone with basic computer skills can apply for secretarial work, but higher paid positions require specialties. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, secretarial work is expected to grow at the national average, but medical and legal secretaries are among the top paid disciplines.  Becoming one of these valuable office

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Posted May 15, 2013 by

Are You Interested in an Entry Level Job as a Bank Teller?

The following post provides information about an entry level job as a bank teller.

Though the job of in banking sector can be full of challenges, but can be very lucrative in terms of wages. If we talk about the bank teller salary, it is good enough as compared to other fields. Yes, it is an entry level job and far better in term of salary than other entry level jobs.

It requires great attention to deal with the customers because various different kinds of customers come in the bank everyday. Bank tellers work as frontline personnel in any bank that makes their job little complicated. To grab the job of bank teller, one needs to be expertise in accounting as well as skilled in personal interface.

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Posted May 06, 2013 by

7 Tips to Make the Most of Your First Entry Level PR Job

College graduates who have landed jobs for communication majors in public relations may need some advice on finding success in their new positions.  If you are one of them, the following post has helpful tips.

Whether you’re fresh out of college or you’ve had a couple internships, your first entry level PR job will throw you more than a few curve balls. Expect to learn more practical knowledge in the first four to six months than you crammed into your brain throughout your entire college career. Follow these 7 tips to survive as a PR underling and you might end up throwing a few pitches yourself.


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Posted April 25, 2013 by

Newsflash: Entry-Level Jobs pay Entry-Level Wages …

Did you know that more than half of the top 10 entry level jobs are in the food and hospitality industry?  Learn more in the following post.

In conjunction with recent protests for a $15 minimum wage in the fast food industry, activist groups blogged and tweeted that “7 out of the top 10 lowest paying jobs” are in the food and hospitality industry. It’s far less shocking …

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Posted April 12, 2013 by

What Exactly Does New Fed Data Show About Pay for Low-Skill …

The following post lists 10 of the most common entry level jobs in the United States and what they say about employment.

Seven of the 10 largest occupations in the U.S. pay well below the national average annual pay of $45000, according to new data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Of course, once you find out which jobs we’re …

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Posted January 10, 2013 by

1.9 Million Net New Jobs Created in 2012

Bureau of Labor StatisticsThere were 3.7 million job openings on the last business day of November, unchanged from October, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. The hires rate (3.2 percent) and separations rate (3.1 percent) also were unchanged in November. This release includes estimates of the number and rate of job openings, hires, and separations for the nonfarm sector by industry and by geographic region.

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The number of job openings in November was 3.7 million, unchanged from October. The number of openings increased in retail trade and was little changed in all remaining industries and in all four regions in November. The level of total nonfarm job openings was 2.4 million at the end of the recession in June 2009. (Recession dates are determined by the National Bureau of Economic Research.) (more…)