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Posted May 15, 2014 by

What Does Today’s Resume Look Like When Applying for Jobs for Recent College Graduates?

When writing today’s resumes for jobs for recent college graduates, applicants should know what recruiters and employers are looking for in candidates.  The following post includes an infographic that highlights these things.

How do you differentiate your resume from all the others? What will make the recruiter sit back and their chair a little bit and say, “Hey, wait a minute… we may have a live one here!”? To understand how to take your resume from the trash to top of mind, we present this infographic from our friends

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Posted March 27, 2014 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? 50 Responses Not to Use When Asked About Your Greatest Weakness

If you are interviewing for an entry level job and asked about your greatest weakness, the following post includes 50 responses the interviewer probably doesn’t want to hear.

“What is your greatest weakness?” Just for fun, we decided to take a little different look at this question… and the answer. Using two words only, and with tongue firmly in cheek, here might be the worst possible answers to the worst question ever asked in a job interview:

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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 October 21, 2013 by

Thinking About Your Student Loans in Your Entry Level Job Search? What to Know About Paying Off this Debt

While you might be looking forward to finding an entry level job after graduation, you might be wondering how to pay off your student loans.  The following post shares information on what to consider about paying of this debt.

Ah… to be a new college graduate again. With your freshly minted diploma in hand, you’re ready to start anew, pursue your passions, take the world by the horns and find your first job. And once you find a job, you finally have that wonderful… opportunity to start paying off

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Posted August 12, 2013 by

Employers Prefer Work Experience When Hiring for Jobs for Recent College Graduates

While education is an advantage when applying for a job, it seems employers are focusing more on applicants with work experience.  This may be especially important if you’re applying for jobs for recent college graduates.  Learn more in the following post.

“Hey man, what did you do this summer?” I asked a college classmate at the start of the fall semester. My friend looked at me like I had two heads. “What do you mean?” he replied. “I work hard all semester long. I deserved a summer vacation, and I took one.” He was taking pre

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Posted May 31, 2013 by

Is There Social Media Privacy on Your Entry Level Job?

Does your employer require access to your social media passwords at your entry level job?  The following post discusses whether or not he or she should be allowed to do so.

Everyone will expect to protect their privacy while using social media networks like Facebook and Twitter. It is a common expectation that people’s right to speech and religion are respected while they use social media outlets. In America, no one needs to provide their confidential information like passwords as a condition of employment. Social media is predominantly

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