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Posted September 12, 2014 by

Starting to Search for Jobs, College Students? 6 Difference Making Trends You Should Know

When searching for jobs, college students need to be aware of these six difference making trends from an infographic in the following post.

Have you built a professional presence on social media? Do you have a personal website to display your passion and expertise? Do you frequently use mobile devices to keep up with your job search, potential employers and personal branding? This infographic by job hunting and career management site CareerShift shares information on the impact

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Posted August 14, 2014 by

Interviewing for Jobs, Recent College Graduates? How to Deliver a Winning Performance

The goal for recent college graduates interviewing for jobs is show the interviewer you are the best candidate for a position.  In the following post, learn how to deliver a winning performance during an interview.

Interviewing feels like a performance. You carefully put on your costume, assemble your props, and repeatedly go over your lines until you can recite your strengths and weaknesses in your sleep. However, you’re not a character – you’re you. Here’s how to give an award-winning performance, based on your true story.

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Posted July 14, 2014 by

College Graduates, Looking for Telecommuting Jobs? 5 Positions that Might Surprise You

Some college graduates may be searching for jobs where they can work from home.  In the following post, learn five telecommuting jobs that they might be surprised to know are available.

“While we have job listings in over 50 career categories, ranging from entry-level to executive, the most common industries that consistently have work-from-home jobs include medical and health, customer service, sales,…

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Posted July 11, 2014 by

Want to Find an Internship in Business? 5 New Opportunities to Consider

College students who want to find an internship in business should check out five new opportunities in the following post.

Featured: Featured Are you a Business major — just interested in how different companies are run? We’ve put together a list of some of the most diverse business internships on our site. Check out our Top 5 BUSINESS-oriented opportunities on the site this week. They’re all actively looking for

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Posted July 07, 2014 by

Want to Find an Internship in Marketing? 5 New Opportunities to Consider

If you want to find an internship in marketing, check out five new opportunities for consideration in the following post.

Featured: Featured Marketing Mavens: this one’s for you! Check out our Top 5 Marketing opportunities on the site this week. They’re all actively looking for interns NOW!Apply away:1.Hampton Sunread more

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Posted March 17, 2014 by

Writing Resumes in Search of Jobs for Recent College Graduates? Tips to Structure Them

For those of you in search of jobs for recent college graduates, be sure your resumes stand out from the competition.  The following post shares some tips on structuring yours to be the best it can possibly be.

The resume… right or wrong, still a necessary staple of most every job search. To many job seekers, it’s also one of the most perplexing, misunderstood, and stress-inducing parts of finding a new gig. Your resume better be more than good. Right down to the format and the font chosen, it must be perfect…

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Posted March 13, 2014 by

Considering Freelancing Jobs for Recent College Graduates? What You Should Think About

For those of you considering freelancing jobs for recent college graduates, the following post shares some things to think about before making this decision.

Ready to jump from your 9-to-5 to full-time freelancing? Great! From making your own hours to setting your own fees, freelancing has tons of benefits. But what many startup ‘lancers don’t know is that freelancing can also be costly. You are, after all, essentially starting a business. Plus, you’re moving from steady paychecks to the unknown territory of

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Posted January 27, 2014 by

12 Tips to Help College Graduates Find Entry Level Jobs

Congratulations, you’ve graduated from college!  Now, comes the challenge of finding a job.  For you and other graduates searching for entry level jobs, the following post offers tips to help your searches.

As a fresh graduate, it is always intimidating looking for your first job. Get prepared! Here are a few tips for entry-level job seekers…

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Does Your Social Media Profile(s) Reflect Positively on Your Entry Level Job Search?

One factor that could help or hurt your entry level job search is your social media profile(s).  If yours doesn’t reflect a positive feeling among employers and recruiters, then you may want to clean it up.  The following post includes an infographic showing how recruiters responded to certain posts on social media.

In the old days (like 3 or 4 years ago), as recruiters narrowed down a list of candidates, they would walk step-by-step through the best recruiting method available to them: Do a face-to-face interview Check references hand-picked by the candidate Rely partly on instinct, and partly on hope that the candidate was sincere

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Posted September 26, 2013 by

Internship Finder, Here Are 9 Ways to Create a Successful Experience

If you have found a Fall internship, you want to make a positive impression from day one.  So, internship finder, check out the following post to get tips on making your experience a success.

Featured: Featured I hold evaluations with my interns two to three times over the course of the semester. Here are some of the notes we went over during our most recent evaluation. Read these over, soak them in, and rock your fall internship.  1. Communicate with your supervisor. Let them know the status of your projects

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