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Posted October 22, 2014 by

The Journey of Change and Learning: Why an Internship Is Useful Even Long After College

Swati Srivastava

Swati Srivastava

How important is experience for a job seeker? Does an internship hold importance only for beginners or can an established professional like you make use of it? The following article will seek to answer these questions to support the idea of internship even long after college.

Internships are the rare opportunities provided to the privileged. However, these privileged interns may not necessarily be college students, they can be professionals like you and I. Life begins to burst our bubble as each day teaches us a new lesson. Each day can bring a revelation that allows us to change our perception of the world as we know it. But the question is – Are we willing to empty our cup to absorb the wisdom that life has to offer? Among the large number of fallacies that are existent, one of the prevalent myths that have restricted the growth of several professionals is that internships are only for 20-somethings. (more…)

Posted August 29, 2014 by

Are You a Recent Graduate Interested in Jobs at Sea? 5 Reasons You Might Like Sailing

If you are a recent graduate considering jobs at sea, the following post has five reasons why sailing may appeal to you.

Careers at sea can initially seem a scary but can be an exciting option whether you’re just out of school, or are ready to take on the challenge of a career change. It’s a huge lifestyle change, but for many people, the rewards far outweigh the sacrifices. The sacrifices may be &#

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Posted August 25, 2014 by

Want to Change Entry Level Jobs for Your Career? Online Tools to Move Forward

For young professionals who believe their careers would benefit by changing entry level jobs, the following post has some online tools to help them find new employment.

Stuck in a job you don’t like anymore? Want a career change but don’t know how? Ready to step on a new journey to discover a satisfying career? Yes! There are many of us everywhere who are pondering this question now. Although career change is not easy, but in the recent years

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Posted June 30, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Tired of Your Entry Level Jobs? 4 Potential Career Changes

For young professionals who feel their current entry level jobs are not giving them personal satisfaction, the following post offers four career opportunities for them to think about.

When you have built your career to a certain level, it brings things like financial security for your family, as well as a good level of respect from your peers. Often though, people find that this isn’t enough and grow tiresome of the routine that they have fallen into and the industry in which they have

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Posted May 08, 2014 by

Thinking About Your Dream Entry Level Job? One Tool that Can Inspire You to Get It

If you have a dream entry level job, the following post explains one tool that can be helpful in your search for this position and inspire you to get it.

Are you at a crossroads in your career? Perhaps you’re looking for the perfect career for your skill set. Maybe you have an OK job, but it’s not quite what you hoped. Or maybe you’ve finished school and are planning your next move. When change is on the horizon, it’s common to

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Posted April 23, 2014 by

6 Critical Indications That it’s Time For a Career Change!

Career change just ahead on green sign

Career change just ahead on green sign. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Gone are the days when people wouldn’t mind long hectic hours of employment, unending shifts, extreme-level of office politics or even a bad-tempered boss, as long as they were getting a hefty pay at the end of the month. Nowadays, people are more inclined towards a career which is although lucrative but also less hectic and more rewarding. Nevertheless, things don’t always turn out the way one expected and often end up causing a great stir in one’s life. Following are the telltale signs that indicate when it is time for a quick career change. (more…)

Posted March 11, 2014 by

The Five Best Entry Level Finance Jobs for Finance Majors

Young female accountant smiling while calculating bills

Young female accountant smiling while calculating bills. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you’re looking for a career change or you’re fresh out of college with a finance degree in hand, you have a range of potential careers in front of you. Landing that ideal job, however, is a challenge, and you may wonder where to start looking. As such, here are some of the top entry level finance jobs for 2014. (more…)

Posted January 02, 2014 by

Tired of Your Entry Level Job? 7 Steps to Take on a Career Change

If things just aren’t working out on your current entry level job and you want to make a move, consider seven steps for career transition in the following post.

It’s the start of a new year. This is the time of year for starting fresh, and for making changes. Maybe you want to change your career. You’ve decided you want a career that’s a better fit for who you are—today. Changing careers is an exciting step for your future. But if you

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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 October 04, 2013 by

3 Tips for an Entrepreneur Resume

Joe Flanagan

Joe Flanagan

It’s important as a student or entry-level candidate to weigh up all options for your future career. While most will move into a job where they work for somebody else there are minorities of young people who take the chance to work for themselves.

At first thought, you may at first think that an entrepreneur doesn’t need a resume, they work for themselves and they’re need to apply for another 9 – 5 job is way out of the question. The truth is that even graduates who start their own business should possess a resume as a contingency plan if things fall through. You can read about the types of skills an employer looks for on a resume. (more…)