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Posted April 08, 2014 by

Internship Finder, 4 Ways You Can Ruin Your Experience

An internship finder can choose to either make the best or worst of his or her experience.  Learn four ways to do the latter in the following post.

Your internship has the possibility to give you meaningful experiences and important career lessons and connections that change your life entirely. Sounds like too much work to us! Just go through the motions and follow our guide to gaining absolutely nothing from your internship and, in no time at all, your boss will be saying, “We have an intern?

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

Communicating with Your Boss on an Entry Level Job. 4 Things Not to Do

If you are communicating with your boss on an entry level job, there are four things you should not do.  Learn what they are in the following post.

Not all bosses are created equal. And, if you’re lucky, you’ll have an awesome boss throughout your professional career. Someone who leads by example and is active in your career development. Someone who ultimately wants to see you get promoted to a managerial position. They’ll take you under their wing and show


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Posted November 14, 2013 by

Is it Time to Transition from Your Entry Level Job? Advice That May Help

At some point, you may decide that it is time to transition from your entry level job into another career.  This sounds easier said than done, but you can do it.  Get some advice that may help you in making a career change in the following post.

There are lots of reasons why you may find yourself in need of reinvention — feeling stuck at your current job, wanting to change careers, realizing the 9-to-5 isn’t for you and you’re ready to strike out on your own. Whatever the reason, reinventing yourself is a long and complicated road, and some words

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Posted October 09, 2013 by

Hired Millennials for Entry Level Jobs? 10 Lessons They Can Teach You

Just because Millennials have entry level jobs, that doesn’t mean other co-workers can’t learn from them.  Here are 10 lessons they can teach you in the following post.

Every time I see yet another blog or news article bashing the Millennial generation I’m tempted to defend. The reality is, however, they don’t need me in that role. They do just fine by – and for – themselves. So let me take this in another direction and say, without hesitation, that over the last


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Posted September 16, 2013 by

Is Your Dream Entry Level Job about the Passion or the Money?

On the road to achieving your career goals, people may say things to bring you down, but don’t give up on your dreams.  While some people are more focused on making money, others simply have a passion they want to pursue.  If you’re looking for an entry level job, consider what is more important to you in the following post: the passion or the money.

“I thought you went to college so you could get a ‘real’ job.” I received this sentiment from a well-meaning friend a few months after I graduated with a writing degree. During my post-college job search, I continued to work as a nanny to pay the bills. Though I was slowly building

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Posted May 23, 2013 by

Young Professionals with Entry Level Jobs, Do You Know These 25 Things?

Entry level jobs can allow people to learn on the job.  In addition, young professionals in the workforce should learn 25 things, according to the following post.

Your 20s are a hugely formative period of your career. They’re your chance to learn, grow, develop and put yourself on the path for happiness and success. But are you using them to your advantage? In response to a post titled Sorry, College Grads, I Probably Won’t Hire You in which a tech company president


25 Things Every Young Professional Should Know by Age 25

Posted August 01, 2012 by

10 Lessons All Employees Can Learn from The Olympics

If you are watching the amazing athletes compete for medals at The 2012 Olympics, they’re not only displaying their talents but also teaching valuable lessons to those in the workplace.

Should employers be worried about workplace productivity during the Olympics?

Steve Siebold, a former professional athlete; mental toughness coach to professional athletes, entrepreneurs, and Fortune 500 corporations; and author of the book 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of The World Class, says let your employees watch the Olympics because it’s good for their work ethic.

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Posted July 18, 2012 by

Career Lessons That Professionals from Other Fields Can Teach You

Erin Palmer

Erin Palmer

One of the hardest things that college students face is trying to figure out what they want to do for a career. One of the hardest things that recent graduates face is finding the right job to jumpstart their careers. A side effect of this pressure can be a narrow field of vision. Once you’ve chosen a major and began working towards a particular career path, it is easy to become single-minded.

Just because you are working towards a particular career or area of study doesn’t mean that you should remain within that silo for career guidance. Marketing majors can still learn from the finance industry. Healthcare professionals can benefit from the wisdom of people who work in hospitality. No matter what your career path consists of, there are lessons you can learn from other industries. (more…)