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Posted March 31, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Don’t Allow Your Credit to Hinder Your Job Search

As an internship finder, you have the opportunity to gain work experience in a particular field that can benefit your job search.  However, if you have bad credit it might affect your ability to land a job.  Learn how to improve your credit in the following post so that it does not hinder your job search.

Featured: Not Featured This is a post by Anna Hicks. It’s a catch-22: to take on an unpaid internship, you often have to go into debt or rack up money on your credit cards. However, if you don’t manage your credit properly, you could prevent yourself from turning that internship into a full

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Posted December 30, 2013 by

Searching for Entry Level Jobs During the Holidays? How to Stay Connected with Your Contacts

While the holidays are a festive time of year for most people, that doesn’t mean your search for entry level jobs has to stop.  Take advantage of the season to connect with your contacts.  Learn how in the following post.

‘Tis the season for parties and lighter spirits, but don’t let the relaxed pace of the holidays distract you from your job search. In fact, there are ways to use this time of year to your advantage. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) And why not? Many companies continue interviewing and making hiring decisions during the holidays

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Posted October 22, 2013 by

Finished Your Entry Level Job Interview? 3 Questions You Might Ponder About Following Up

Okay, so you made it through your interview for an entry level job.  Now, it’s time to follow up, but you may wonder how to approach doing so.  The following post has three questions you might consider in the process.

Google is a window into our collective soul (sometimes not the most flattering one). Many of us are willing to share pressing worries and weird anxieties with search engines that we’d confess to almost no one else. And what’s true of medical symptoms and romantic quandaries is also true of


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