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Posted June 17, 2014 by

College Graduates, 10 Tips to Help You Land Entry Level Jobs

New college graduates can put themselves in a great position to land entry level jobs by applying these 10 tips in the following post.

You worked hard in college, and now its time to begin your first post-graduation job. This is an exciting, and anxious, time. You’ll undoubtedly make missteps along the way. You will continue to grow and learn. And like every other major aspect of your life, in order to thrive you’ll need to learn the landscape…

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Posted June 09, 2014 by

Are Recruiters Interviewing You by Skype? Remember These Tips

Before interviewing with any recruiters by Skype, the following post has some tips to help you prepare.

Featured: Featured Several of our Campus Ambassadors are graduating and in the middle of the job hunt, and many of them have told us about the use of Skype for interviews. I spoke with our former ambassador, Caitlin Beck, who just graduated from Fordham about her experience and tips for other young grads doing Skype interviews:1. Treat it

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Posted January 02, 2014 by

Don’t Put Your Recent Graduate Jobs at Risk. 10 Annoying Habits to Your Boss

Workers with recent graduate jobs should be careful about how they behave.  Otherwise, they could put their jobs at risk.  Learn 10 annoying habits to your boss in the following post.

Whether you just landed a new gig or have worked at the same company for a while, you’d like to keep your job, right? Being a hardworking and competent employee is the first step to holding onto your job, but staying on your boss’s good side won’t hurt

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Posted April 11, 2013 by

How to Look for a New Job When You’re Already Employed

When you are looking for a new job while employed, be careful how you go about it.  Learn more in the following post.

It’s time. You’ve weight the pros and cons, you can check “yes” to all the items on those “should you leave your job” surveys, and you know you’re ready. Time to move on to bigger and better things. The only problem is, you’ve still gotta bring in a paycheck until you can find that bigger

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