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Posted March 11, 2015 by

Choosing Best College Furniture and Dorm Decoration Ideas

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University students moving in together. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Parents who have their kids in college must be aware of the expenses incurred on this new venture of their children’s life. Smart people plan for their children’s future. When the time comes, parents have to deposit a huge amount of cash for their children’s education. Therefore, planning ahead of time is the need of the hour. Small expenses add up to a big amount in the end. Before your bank account starts to feel the pinch, you would prefer to learn more about college furniture rentals.

For parents whose children would be living on college campus, additional expenditures would not be a concern for them. Cost to be incurred on room and board would be included in a fee for every semester or quarter. Parents would not be burdened with surprise dues. Furthermore, a basic food plan would see your kid easily through the college year. Similar is the case if your child is living with you at home while he or she goes to college. Every penny saved is penny earned. Things get tricky when you have to select college furniture for your children. (more…)

Posted January 21, 2015 by

Resume Etiquette for Today’s Job Seekers

An HR manager scans through dozens of resumes on a routine basis, and can tell an unprofessional candidate for a job right from a glance at his/her resume. Why bear the brunt of an imperfect resume when you can follow simple guidelines to make yours stand out? Include relevant keywords for your job, whether it’s about touting you prowess as a team leader, a problem solver, or a dependable team building resource. Be careful about formatting your resume smartly; provide succinct contact information, use readable and classy fonts, make the content 100% relevant for the job, and avoid any flashy graphics or colors. Then, trust bullets to communicate more about your achievements, but limit their usage. Avoid clichés and jargon, and compile a coherent resume. (more…)

Posted January 29, 2014 by

Preparing to Interview for an Entry Level Job? How Employers Expect You to Dress

If you’re not sure how to dress when preparing to interview for an entry level job, employers share some advice in the following post.

You’ve likely heard the expression “clothes make the man (or woman)”. Perhaps nowhere is this more relevant than in a job interview. Perhaps you know how important it is to dress professionally, but did you know the colors you wear require just as much consideration. A new survey from CareerBuilder asked more than 2,000 hiring managers and human resource

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Posted December 05, 2013 by

Determine Your Personal Brand While Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs

Grads, who are you when it comes to your job search?  In other words, what is your personal brand that can help you in your search for recent graduate jobs?  Learn more about defining yourself in the following post.

I’m going to coin a new phrase. Branding is the new black. Okay, well, maybe it’s not that new. But it is true. It’s not just companies that are brands these days, people are brands, too. If you want to be remembered, especially by potential customers or employers, it’s crucial to define what

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