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Posted June 09, 2015 by

Looking for Your Creativity? Here is How to Find It

In a world where people value someone or something unique, creativity is a plus.  However, everyone may not exactly thrive in this area.  Believe it or not, though, your creativity does exist.  It is just a matter of understanding how to find it.  So, whether you want to do better at work or improve your personal life, the following infographic has tips to get your creative juices going. (more…)

Posted May 12, 2014 by

Interviewing for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Keep These Tips in Mind

When preparing to interview for recent college graduate jobs, keep these tips in mind found in the following post.

Your interview is a few hours away, and you’re as nervous and jumpy as a human espresso bean (which makes sense, considering how much coffee you’ve gulped down this morning). Most of your thoughts are fears: What if you’re late? What if you say the wrong thing? What if your handshake isn’t strong

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Posted April 21, 2014 by

Changing Locations on Recent Graduate Jobs? Make Your Transition as Easy as Possible

For young professionals, it might not be the most pleasant news to hear that their recent graduate jobs are moving to a different location.  However, the following post has tips to make the transition as easy as possible.

When working for a company that has multiple locations, relocating employees may be a common occurrence. Some people may volunteer for the new position, while others are requested to go for one reason or another. Going somewhere new is exciting, but moving can also be a highly stressful experience. Here are


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Posted April 01, 2014 by

Have Phone Interviews for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Tips to Help You Succeed

If you’re interviewing for recent college graduate jobs by phone, keep these tips from the following post in mind to have success.

Congratulations! You’ve been selected for a phone screen. Now what? As a recruiter, I’ve witnessed many people struggle with the phone screen stage of the interview process. Too often, candidates end up in phone screen purgatory: getting close to the job of their dreams, but never advancing to the next stage. The good news is


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Posted December 02, 2013 by

Want to Work in Criminal Justice? 7 Entry Level Jobs to Consider

Are you pursuing or already have a criminal justice degree?  What kind of position would you like to have in the field?  The following post has seven entry level jobs you might be interested in.

If you’re trying to get started in criminal justice, consider one of these great entry level criminal justice jobs!

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Posted December 14, 2012 by

The State of Education

CollegeRecruiter.comA good education is an important factor to the success of our nation’s students in the future.  The following post summarizes a meeting about where we are in education and what can be done to improve it.

“States and districts, schools and communities are driving more change than ever before,” Secretary Arne Duncan told reporters during a speech at the National Press Club

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Posted December 04, 2012 by

5 Fun Lessons You Can Teach Your Kids About Finance

CollegeRecruiter.comMoney is nothing to take for granted.  In the following post, learn five lessons that military families and all people can teach their children when it comes to the value of a dollar.

You teach your kids valuable lessons everyday: to look both ways before crossing the street, to respect their elders, say “please” and “thank you,” and to be kind to others. However, amidst all the travel, deployments, and other chaos that comes with being a military family, many parents forget one very important lesson: teaching their kids about money.


5 Fun Lessons You Can Teach Your Kids About Finance