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Posted July 30, 2014 by

Out There Networking for Entry Level Jobs? 10 Tips that Still Work Today

For people networking for entry level jobs, consider applying these 10 tips in the following post that might seem old school to you, but can still work in today’s job market.

In today’s fast-paced world of branded personal narratives and social media blitzes, it can be hard to slow down. You live in the golden age of ceaseless self-promotion, but that doesn’t mean your every exhale needs to contain a horn-tooting statement nor your every keystroke a mini press release. Yet, to many people, this is exactly what

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Posted June 11, 2014 by

Recent Graduates, Do You Feel Overmatched on Your Entry Level Jobs? Work Smarter with These 6 Tips

At some point on their entry level jobs, recent graduates might feel overmatched.  In the following post, learn six tips that will help them be more effective at work.

On the one hand, junior professionals crave responsibility, and want all the experience they can get. On the other hand, as companies strive to do more with fewer resources, it is not uncommon to feel overworked, overwhelmed and under-appreciated. When you’re starting to feel overloaded, keep these tips in mind for managing projects, priorities

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Posted December 06, 2012 by

Recent Grads: 5 ways to build confidence in your job search

CollegeRecruiter.comA job search can take some time, which means you must be patience during the process.   As a recent college graduate, you must stay positive no matter what happens along the way.  The following post offers some ways to boost your confidence while looking for a job.

For recent grads, the job search may be a mid to long-term proposition. Your confidence may be challenged. By keeping these five ideas in mind, you can make progress without getting worn down. 1. Focus on what YOU control. You can’t control the unemployment rate, or how many people apply for the job you want

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Recent Grads: 5 ways to build confidence in your job search