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Posted July 22, 2014 by

College Students, Interviewing for Jobs? 5 Questions You Can Answer in a Confident Manner

When college students are interviewing for jobs, they should prepare to answer these five potential questions in the following post with confidence.

The interview process can be a nerve-wracking experience. For some, it’s tough to be the center of attention answering rapid fire questions for 30 minutes. Others lack the confidence and organization to make sure they hit all the points they want to emphasize. But, undoubtedly, the most stressful part of interviews is the standard questions that seem

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Posted July 21, 2014 by

Trying to Find an Internship or Job this Summer? 4 Ways to Get Your Search Going

If you are still trying to find an internship or job this summer, the following post has four tips to help move your search along.

We’ve always been told that searching for a job during the summer months is a bad idea. Luckily for you, that is just a myth! So grab a cold one, go outside, break out the BBQ… and have some fun job hunting! Here are four tips sure to help you heat up your summer job search

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Posted July 08, 2014 by

College Students, Are Your Jobs as Interns Off to a Rocky Start? 7 Signs Your Internship Won’t be a Success

After a little time, college students with jobs as interns can probably tell whether or not if they will have a good experience.  In the following post, learn seven signs that an internship will not be successful.

Today’s workforce practically requires every college student to gain professional experience before landing an entry-level job. And one of the best options for college students to gain that experience: internships. But what if that internship is less than satisfactory? What if what looked good on paper, isn’t so good in real life?

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Posted May 09, 2014 by

4 Tips in Sales You Can Apply When Searching for Entry Level Jobs

Even if you are not going after a sales job, consider applying these four tips when searching for entry level jobs, which are found in the following post.

During the job search, many seem to forget the primary point of the entire process: selling you (the candidate) to a buyer (the employer). So even if you’re not going into sales, learning the deal-closing tactics used daily by the best sales professionals will help you get hired. Here are just a few of the sales techniques easily

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Posted April 03, 2014 by

Pursuing Entry Level Jobs in Sales? What You Need to Know

For anyone pursuing entry level jobs in sales, the following post shares some tips for success in these positions.

Going from college or another type of work into an entry-level sales job can be a challenge for anyone. So we asked one of LogoNation’s most experienced sales managers to share some tips for people considering new sales…

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Posted January 27, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Using Your Cover Letter to Tell a Story? How to Approach Doing So

As an internship finder, it’s okay to tell a story in your cover letter, just be careful how to approach doing so.  Learn more in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured I had a student write to me and ask me about using a story or personal anecdote in a cover letter. Including something like this is a great way to show off your personality in a cover letter. However, you have to make sure that your story

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Posted January 15, 2014 by

Failed on Your First Entry Level Job? 3 Ways to Bounce Back for a Successful Career

If you experienced failure on your first entry level job, the following post shares three ways to help you bounce back to have career success.

As we young professionals build careers, we rarely (if ever) factor in the inevitability of failure at some point along the way. Once you realize failure is just a normal part of the experience, how can you make it work for you? How can you benefit from all the times that you have (or

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Posted October 17, 2013 by

Not Progressing on Your Entry Level Job? 7 Ways to Get Your Career Under Control

If it seems that you’re not moving forward on your entry level job, it may be time for you to make some adjustments.  The following post highlights seven ways to get your career under control.

Do you feel like you’re in a career stand-still? It’s easy to become so focused on contributing to your company’s success that you forget to focus on your own career. It’s not up to your boss to decide when you’re ready for more responsibility. They’re (typically) too

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Posted August 01, 2013 by

Find an Entry Level Job By Creating the Business You Want

If you have your heart set on working for yourself to find an entry level job, think about creating a business that works for your lifestyle.  The following post has more information.

I was asked to describe success early in my career as Savvy Media’s CEO. I gave the standard money, cash, homes, “living the dream” bit. But then I was asked: “Best case scenario, what would your ideal life look like? Thousands of employees? Hundreds of offices? Fortune 500 clients?” I hated every option I

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Posted July 31, 2013 by

Useful Tips for When People Ask About Your Entry Level Job Search

Other than not having a job, the next worst thing might be talking about not having a job.  However, if you’re a recent college graduate searching for an entry level job, consider this an opportunity that can benefit your job search.  The following post has useful tips for when the discussion about employment arises.

Dealing with the rejection and subsequent dejection that often accompanies an extended job search can be difficult. And then someone has to come along and dump salt in the wound by asking, “So…how’s the job search going?” Your knee-jerk reaction may be to brush off the question with a brusque, “fine” or, even worse, express bitterness

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How to Turn The Dreaded “How’s the Job Search Going?” Question Into Opportunity