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Posted May 14, 2014 by

Unsure What Career to Pursue an Entry Level Job In? How to Choose the Best Option

If you want an entry level job, but don’t know what career to choose, the following post includes an infographic to provide you with some guidance.

For many of us, the “What do you want to be when you grow up?” question causes pure anxiety. We just don’t know… and, more important, we don’t know how we’re supposed to narrow down our choices with little or no experience in the real world. And

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Posted May 02, 2014 by

Applying for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Take Your Resume to the Mountain Top

When applying for recent college graduate jobs, your resume is sure to be a key factor.  So, how can you take it the mountain top?  Learn more in the following post.

We all know that for each open position, a recruiter receives a mountain of resumes. So what if you had access to insider knowledge that would help you climb to the top of that mountain? This infographic from our friends at Kelly Services provides exactly that: insider information from hundreds of recruiters that will help you rise well above

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Posted March 11, 2014 by

The “How to” Concerning Body Language on Recent College Graduate Jobs

When working on recent college graduate jobs, it’s important to understand body language.  In the following post, learn the “how to” of body language for certain situations in the workplace.

Did you know humans can produce over 250,000 facial expressions? And can adopt over 1,000 postures? That our eyes account for 82% of the way we process the world around us? This emphasis on visual stimuli, and how we intrepret the facial expressions and posture of others, makes it extra important to be aware of how our body language is

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

Don’t Have a College Degree? How You Could Still Land an Entry Level Job

While it never hurts to have a college degree, not having one does not mean you aren’t qualified to get an entry level job.  Learn what else you can do to boost your chances of getting employed from an infographic in the following post.

Without a four-year degree are you shut out of a competitive job market? Absolutely not. In fact, 53% of employers surveyed said it’s difficult or very difficult to find qualified college graduates. Online education, technical and vocational degrees are increasingly being viewed by employers as valuable experience, and see

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Posted November 14, 2013 by

Want an Entry Level Job as a Freelancer? Consider Both Sides of this Decision

If you are thinking about becoming a freelancer as your entry level job, make sure to consider both sides of this decision.  Learn more in an infographic included in the following post.

It’s been estimated that by 2020, nearly 50% of all work in the US will be done by “SuperTemps”, contractors, freelancers and solopreneurs… and it’s entirely possible that today’s young professionals will hold 20-25 jobs throughout their careers. There are definite advantages to foregoing the climbing of the corporate career ladder and

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Posted July 18, 2013 by

Dress for Success on Day One of Your Entry Level Job

Your appearance is part of what makes you a professional in the workplace.  So make sure you send this message on day one of your new entry level job.  Consider some advice to help you dress for success in the following post.

First impressions matter, and how you dress on the first day of a new entry-level job permanently affects your co-workers’ and supervisors’ impressions of you. Many people are unsure of how to dress for the first day of an…

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Posted July 03, 2013 by

You’re Hired! 5 Tips for Day One at Your Entry Level Job

You may not be sure about what to expect on the first day at an entry level job.  However, you can get ahead of the game in order to make a good impression.  Learn five tips on how to do so in the following post.

If you’ve never had a real job before, you may be nervous before your first day of work at an entry-level job. Some university graduates are often unsure how to behave in an office setting and are worried about making a…

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Posted April 25, 2013 by

Choosing Meaning Over Money

For some people, making money may be one of their professional goals for 2013.  However, money does not necessarily define the meaning of a successful career, according to the following post.

Since a young age, I’ve always been told that the only way to be happy in life is to be successful. Growing up with this statement in my head, my perception was that in order to achieve success I had to earn a lot of money and make a prominent name for myself. As a child, I believed my


Choosing Meaning Over Money