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Posted September 12, 2014 by

Recruiters, Want to Help Find New Talent and Ideas for Employers? What You Can Do

For recruiters who want to help employers find new talent and ideas, perhaps they can find the answer in the following post.

On this week’s Women of Washington radio show, Anne Altman, head of IBM Federal, joins hosts Gigi Schumm and Aileen Black to discuss how successful companies bring new talent into their organizations.

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Posted September 10, 2014 by

Seeking Entry Level Jobs in Business? 5 Things MBA Programs are Doing to Prepare You

For prospective MBA students who want to land entry level jobs one day, there are five things MBA programs are doing to prepare you for the future.  Find out what they are in the following post.

B-schools that want to stay relevant need to adapt to a quickly evolving field. If they don’t stay on top of those changes, they’ll leave alumni with outdated toolkits, huge debts and little to show for their time and tuition dollars. What does this mean for you, the prospective student? It matters because you’ll

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

College Students, Considering Jobs as Entrepreneurs? What You Can Learn from Beyonce

For any college students wanting jobs as entrepreneurs, the following post has things you can learn from one of the biggest stars in music, Beyonce.

You may not immediately think of the queen “B” when you’re seeking a business role model, but maybe you should. We’ve watched this global icon rise from a girl band to become her own established brand. Through relationship networking, co-sponsorships, powerful storytelling and audience reach, Bey has positioned herself to be an

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Posted May 14, 2014 by

Have You Thought about Searching for Entry Level Jobs with Google+?

If you need some help searching for entry level jobs on Google+, the following post offers some advice.

Google+ is the second largest social network with 500,000,000+ members, but it’s wrongly ignored by many job seekers. Google+ feeds Google, and Google is where employers look for qualified job candidates. Unlike LinkedIn or Facebook, any recruiter or employer can find your profile and read what you’ve posted there. You don’t need to be connected with

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Posted May 09, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Not Feeling Productive on Recent College Graduate Jobs? Tip to Help You Feel More Accomplished

For young professionals, there may be days on their recent college graduate jobs where they’re not feeling as productive.  In the following post, learn one tip that can help them more accomplished at work.

Many productive people fall into a funny mental trap: we often overlook our own productivity. Sometimes the more productive you are, the more likely you are to beat yourself up at the end of the day, even thinking, “I wasn’t very productive today.” The fuller your day is with activity, the

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Posted May 08, 2014 by

Does Your Resume for an Entry Level Job Include These 10 Common Mistakes?

Young entry level job seekers can hurt their chances to find employment if they make any of these 10 common mistakes in the following post.

In the past year or so, I have seen 200 to 300 resumes written by college students. Based on that experience and my interactions with recruiters and other career advisers, one thing is clear: just about everyone makes the same mistakes. This is not a scientific survey by any means. However, ranked by frequency I submit to you the top

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Posted April 29, 2014 by

PR Internship Finder, Tips to Make it Through Fashion Week

If you’re a PR internship finder who needs some tips to make it during fashion week, you can find them in the following post.

Featured: Featured My friend and fellow-CEO, Alyson Roy, is a huge publicist in NYC. Aly and I met as interns at the NYU Summer dorms (of course!). Aly is one of my closest friends and we see each other everytime I’m in NYC. Aly always takes on some great fashion interns so I asked her to write

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Posted March 17, 2014 by

Using Social Media to Find Recent Graduate Jobs? Avoid These 7 Sins

Whether you are trying to build a personal brand or find recent graduate jobs, the misuse of social media could be harmful to your career.  In the following post, learn seven sins to avoid when it comes this form of networking.

Until social media came along and made everything complicated, I had personal branding figured out. Using traditional media, I could make any CEO, celebrity or author look like a genius. If my clients didn’t do anything embarrassing between board meetings, movie premieres or book releases, I could keep their reputations — and monetary worth — strong.

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Posted February 03, 2014 by

Interested in an Entry Level Job with a Nonprofit? 4 Things You Might Not Know

If you’re tired of your current entry level job and want to work for a nonprofit organization, learn four things you might know about the transition in the following post.

It’s that time of year again. Time to make (and then quickly break) career resolutions. If you’re like many unhappy employees, you may have set a goal to find more meaningful work in 2014. The nonprofit sector might be just the place for you to begin your search. But if you want to make your resolution to transition from

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Posted January 09, 2014 by

Networking Advice to Find an Entry Level Job or Advance Your Career

What is the key to networking?  Whether you’re trying to find an entry level job or advance your career, the following post shares advice from business leaders and young professionals on how to network successfully.

You know that networking is key to everything from growing your career to landing a job. But let’s face it; many of us dread doing it. It can feel awkward and forced, and we don’t always know the best way to approach it. Which is whywe asked some of today’s top entrepreneurs, thought leaders, speakers and bloggers

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