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Posted July 18, 2014 by

Best Apps for Networking: Bringing You the Best Apps for Play, Business, and Everything In Between

Various social media apps for networking

Various social media apps for networking. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

We live in a modern evolving world and all the happening is online. Social and business networking is booming, and new apps are constantly being made. Whether it’s retweeting a video of Mario Goetze scoring the winning goal for Germany in the FIFA World Cup at your friends, to submitting that polished resume online to land the first important job, the internet always knows how to provide. Especially on the go!

We put together a list of our top apps—some more familiar than others—ranging from downright silly sharing with friends, to life changing apps for business: (more…)

Posted June 05, 2014 by

Creating Your Own Business Card? 3 Tips to Make it Stand Out to Recruiters and Your Other Networking Connections

If you want to reach out to recruiters and other people in your network with your business card, learn three tips to make it stand out in the following post.

The business card is the ultimate staple to your professional appearance. The power to whip out your perfectly crafted business card to new connections made everywhere from between the work cubicles to industry events is not only a boost in confidence, but takes your networking abilities to the next level. But

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Posted May 28, 2014 by

Networking in Person to Learn about Jobs for College Students? Don’t Commit These 7 Sins

If you’re networking face to face to learn more about jobs for college students, make sure not to commit these seven sins found in the following post.

In some circles networking has a bad reputation. In part, this is because of a few bad networking apples who spoil it for everyone else. As someone who has attended (and hosted) thousands of networking meetings and events — and is often referred to as a ‘master networker’ – I’m going to let you in on a few

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Posted January 24, 2014 by

Organizing Your Job Search From Start to Finish

Job search and resources surrounding it

Job search and resources surrounding it. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When plotting out a job search, it can often be difficult to organize your process. There are job offers flying left and right, and there are people you could be reaching out to right and left. It’s overwhelming when you don’t have a solid plan, but the following steps will help put some perspective into your job-seeking task list: (more…)

Posted December 18, 2013 by

Applied for Recent Graduate Jobs? Don’t Forget to Follow Up

If it has been some time since you applied for recent graduate jobs, make sure to follow up.  This may help you stand out from other applicants.  Learn more in the following post.

I’ve heard this phrase many times throughout my life: “Do what you said you’ll do, when you said you were going to do it.” Over the past couple of years, I’ve pondered this advice further as I meet more job seekers ready for the workforce. Now, this advice applies to everyone

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Posted October 31, 2013 by

11 Laws of Successful Networking that Could Land Jobs for Recent College Graduates

Sometimes, finding a job may require you to talk to people.  If you have just finished college, the following post shares 11 laws of successful networking that could land jobs for recent college graduates.

What comes immediately to mind when you hear the term “networking”? Perhaps groups of people wearing suits, standing around drinking cocktails, haphazardly passing out business cards, with the ultimate goal of getting a job or new lead? That’s a fairly accurate description of typical networkers. However, networking is much more effective when you bring something valuable to the table

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Posted October 16, 2013 by

10 Ways to Use Body Language on Your Recent Graduate Jobs to Benefit Your Career

Body language can say a lot about how someone feels.  On their recent graduate jobs, workers can use body language to their advantage.  In the following post, learn 10 ways it can be used to benefit their careers.

“I speak two languages: Body and English.” – Mae West Body language is one of the most important and powerful types of communication in the history of the world. A wink conveys an air of mysticism and charm, a simple raised hand in front of your face tells everyone you’re not going to put up with what’s

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