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Posted March 27, 2015 by

The Ultimate Guide to Paying for College Tuition

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Sarah Landrum

Let’s be honest, college is expensive. Loans and scholarships enable more people to attend college than ever before, but the current economic climate is still an obstacle when it comes to covering the cost of college. With the U. S. economy in a state of recovery, credit is tightening and tuition costs are rising – leaving students to wonder how they can pay for college without going broke. (more…)

Posted February 09, 2015 by

Are You a Successful or Unsuccessful Person?

Everybody wants success, everybody endeavors to achieve success; however, not everybody knows the proven effective, time tested secrets of taming success. You only have to meet a few successful people to realize that what separates them from the hordes of unsuccessful people in the same companies, organizations, colleges, and households is the set of habits and ideologies they adopt in life. Value your time, plan for the long term, be action oriented, stay away from negative thoughts, plan and track efforts and effectiveness – do all this, and you will never be chasing success. On the other hand, habits like wasting time, restricting information flow, mistreating juniors, letting distractions seep in, seeking joy in the failure of others, and taking the shortcuts to temporary results are telltale signs of unsuccessful people at work. Make the right choices, you now know everything about the well-guarded secrets of success. (more…)

Posted October 24, 2014 by

5 Ways to be More Successful Starting Today

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Ken Sundheim, Chief Executive Officer at KAS Placement Recruiting

For the majority of individuals, success is very much a possibility. However, successful people get to where they are because of a conscious choice to act and behave in ways that promote a healthy career.

Below, our headhunters have defined 5 ways that successful people operate. By knowing their methods and mindset, you are able to immediately begin a journey that, ultimately will lead to a more lucrative, fulfilling job. (more…)

Posted August 14, 2014 by

College Graduates, Are You Keeping a Record of Accomplishments on Your Jobs? 4 Reasons It’s Important for Your Career

While on their jobs, college graduates should consider keeping a record of their accomplishments.  Learn four reasons why doing so is important for their careers in the following post.

Do you keep an active list of career accomplishments, responsibilities and results? Do you obsess over quantifying your contributions at work? You should, because your career, someday, may depend on it…

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Posted June 20, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Are You Keeping Track of Accomplishments on Your Jobs? Why It is a Good Idea

On their jobs, recent college graduates might want to consider keeping up with their career accomplishments.  Learn some reasons why in the following post.

Every professional should keep an up-to-date list of his or her accomplishments, responsibilities and results. Academic advisors sometimes call this a “brag sheet,” and they draw from it when writing recommendations for students. Keeping a list of your professional accomplishments serves a similar purpose. This list acts as a repository that you can

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Posted May 08, 2014 by

If GPA is Not Hiring Criteria for Entry Level Jobs, What Should College Students Focus on in School?

Most college students probably believe that making good grades is important to improve their chances of getting hired for entry level jobs.  However, this might not be the case for all employers.  In the following post, find out what some say should be the focus for students during their college years.

If your main goal in college has been to be an A-student, you may not have loved the recent declaration from Google that your GPA doesn’t really matter when it comes to landing your dream job. But before you skip out on your next exam in protest, make sure you’ve got the

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Posted February 26, 2014 by

Working on an Entry Level Job, but Not Pursuing Your Dream? Find Out What’s Holding You Back

Even though you have an entry level job, you might believe that you aren’t really pursuing your passion.  Find out what could be holding you back in the following post.

Here’s a question to ask yourself that might reveal more than you expect: What’s keeping you from making progress toward your big career goals? What’s holding you back from pursuing the perfect job? Or preventing you from starting that business you’ve always dreamed about? Or thwarting the progress you’d like to make? If you find your answers to

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