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Posted August 13, 2014 by

College Students, Want to Expand Your Network in Your Search for Jobs? 6 Tips to Make New Contacts

For college students searching for jobs, expanding their networks could help them find employment.  In order for them to make new contacts, check out these six tips in the following post.

Your personal sphere of influence is the key to a strong career, and a successful job search. So no matter where you stand now: you likely want or need to expand your network. But especially during a job search, there’s a built-in problem: how do you approach someone you want to meet


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Posted May 16, 2014 by

How to Get an Entry Level Job in 5 Steps

In your search for an entry level job, try these five steps in the following post that can help you get hired.

You can also imagine that landing a job with a company such as LinkedIn means there is a ton of competition. Yet Lillian Chen fought her way to the top… and won the job. So how did this job seeker do it? What was the secret to success?

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Posted May 05, 2014 by

Are You Using LinkedIn’s Resources When Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates?

For those of you using LinkedIn when searching jobs for recent college graduates, make sure you’re taking advantage of the resources being offered to get the most out of the site.  Learn about these resources in the following post.

LinkedIn is perhaps the most powerful networking resource job seekers have at their disposal. According to Jobvite, 36% of job seekers report that they use LinkedIn. That’s a fairly large number. Well, it’s a large number until you consider that 94% of recruiters use LinkedIn! This difference in percentage means

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Posted February 26, 2014 by

Are You Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs Using Mobile Devices?

If you haven’t heard, you can search for employment, such as recent graduate jobs, using mobile devices.  Learn more about this job search trend in the following post.

Seems like everyone is glued to their smartphone these days, everywhere we go. Apps, texting, Instagramming, Snapchatting, posting, tweeting… And increasingly, we’re using our phones for yet another life task: the mobile job search. A hot trend to watch is the rise in job seekers searching and submitting applications while “on the go”. This is


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Posted December 06, 2013 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? Prepare for Some Common Questions

As an entry level job candidate, you want to be prepared for an interview.  One way to do that is to practice answering questions for this meeting.  In the following post,  learn some common interview questions you should prepare to answer.

In any job interview, recruiters will measure you against other applicants based on both what you say, and how you answer questions. How can you give yourself an advantage over the other candidates you’re competing against? Begin today by preparing answers to interview questions. You should practice these answers out loud. Practicing out loud helps you work

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

Why Entry Level Job Seekers Should Concentrate on Social Media

With the social media frenzy in today’s world, entry level job seekers may want to concentrate more in this area to find employment.  The following post explains why.

So you spent hours writing, re-writing, editing and generally obsessing over your resume? Your resume is important, so that’s a good start. A good start?! If you think that this one document is going to land you that dream job… think again. Where you should focus more of your energy is on

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Posted October 24, 2013 by

3 Tips to Turn Around Your Interviews for Recent Graduate Jobs

While grads have prepared for their interviews, they might not know how to recovery if these meetings are not going so well.  Learn three tips they can use to turn their interviews around for recent graduate jobs in the following post.

We’ve all had the feeling… we’re in a job interview and we can tell it isn’t going well. We try to stay positive but it seems we’re sinking rapidly. So, what can you do about it? Actually, a lot! So don’t leave without trying to fix it! The job interview

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