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Posted August 01, 2014 by

3 Tips for College Graduates to Sell Themselves into their Dream Jobs

In order to land their dream jobs, college graduates should focus on selling themselves to employers.  The following post shares three tips that can help.

When searching for jobs, what is the most important career skill you can have? No matter the company or the occupation, the ability to sell yourself is key among all other attributes! In an interview, you are tasked with convincing a recruiter that you, amid all other applicants, are the

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Posted June 23, 2014 by

Want to Improve Your Experience When Networking for Jobs as a College Student? 6 Apps that Might Help

Are you interested in networking for jobs as a college student, but want to improve how you communicate?  If so, there are six apps you that may serve you well in the following post.

You know about LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. But chances are you don’t know about these six apps are guaranteed to help improve your communications…

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Posted February 28, 2014 by

Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates? You May Want to Consider Google Plus for Your Job Search

While you might not have thought about using Google Plus to search jobs for recent college graduates, the following post offers seven tips to help you make the social media site a part of your job search.

Using Google+ in your job search – is it useful? Essential? Too much in addition to the other social media you already use? In this article I’ll share with you my thoughts on the effectiveness of using Google+ in your job search – along with the steps you can follow to get yourself up and running as a Google+ job

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Posted February 12, 2014 by

Recruiting to Find Candidates for Entry Level Jobs? How to Take Your Skills to the Next Level

Recruiters, are you looking to find candidates for entry level jobs?  The following post offers advice on how to take your skills to the next level.

Do you strive to be a good recruiter — or a great one? If you’re a good one, people might take your call and they might listen to what you have to say. But mights don’t have guarantees. (Click here to tweet this thought.) That prospective hire might also hang up. Leave good behind and become

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