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Posted September 02, 2014 by

Tough in Your Search for Entry Level Jobs? Words to Inspire You for Success

While those of you searching for entry level jobs might sometimes feel like giving up, hopefully the following post can inspire you to keep going.

Job Search can be stressful and take much longer that you expect. It’s not easy to go through the pressure at times. Success comes to those who keep going, positively, enthusiastically and with a plan. Here are some inspiring sayings that might motivate you or help carry on when the going gets tough: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Don’t Quit When things

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Posted July 18, 2013 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? Remember to Say Thank You

Growing up, you were probably taught to say thank you.  Well, if you’re interviewing for, let’s say an entry level job, remember to apply this concept.  The following post has examples of saying thank you for various interviews.

Similar to a first date that went well, you need to follow up an interview with some sort of correspondence. But what do you say and how do you say it? Assuming that you did your research about the position and the company before your interview, the thank you note is easier than you think. Here are a

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Posted May 23, 2013 by

Working in Recent Graduate Jobs? Prepare for Your Performance Review

For people who have been working in recent graduate jobs, there may a come a time to have a performance review.  The following post has information to help you prepare for this meeting.

Whew! The review is over and we don’t want to think about it again for another year.  But, could that be a mistake?  Could it be that performance reviews can actually be valuable tools in helping us reach our career goals? The answer to both questions is – yes!  If

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Don’t Mess-up Your Performance Review – Tips for Being Well-Prepared