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Posted May 19, 2015 by

End-of-Year Checklist for College Juniors

Senior and junior college colleagues. Lady dressed in fashion wear whereas girl in casuals carrying backpack.

Senior and junior college colleagues. Lady dressed in fashion wear whereas girl in casuals carrying backpack. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Seniors are already on their way to being done with college and are frantically looking for a job. However, college juniors are encouraged to create an end-of-year checklist for success so their senior year and graduation are easier. Advanced preparation is a key to success in today’s economic climate. Although graduation may seem a long time away, there are many things juniors can do to set themselves up for success upon graduation. (more…)

Posted April 25, 2014 by

5 Strategies to Search for Entry Level Jobs You May Not Like but Have the Potential to Pay Off

While there might be certain strategies you may not fall in love with when searching for entry level jobs, using them might pay off to get employed.  Learn what these strategies are in the following post.

The 2014 job search requires you to be a near-expert at many contemporary job search strategies. This includes things that you love (and are easy) to do… and those things that make you more than a bit uncomfortable (in part because they are not easy to do). And yet, once you sort through those emotions and apply these strategies, you’ll

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Posted April 01, 2014 by

Graduated with a Business Degree and Looking for Entry Level Jobs? Some Positions to Consider

If you have earned a business degree and are searching for entry level jobs, there are positions in the following post that you might want to consider.

Finding entry level jobs is tough. Options are limited and applicants are many. However, business graduates are lucky to have skills that they can apply to a variety of entry level jobs. If you have good communication and…

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Posted February 11, 2014 by

Choosing (and Preparing for) the Right IT Career

As you are finishing up, or beginning, your college education in Information Technology, it is a time of decisions. You need to decide what career path you want to follow, and what else you need to do to prepare for that career path. Some IT jobs are more lucrative than others, and some will lead to faster success than others. The IT career paths that will be more likely to fast track your career all have their own requirements as far as education and training go, so you need to do your research to get ready to enter “the real world.” (more…)

Posted November 08, 2013 by

What Does It Take to Find Entry Level Jobs in Finance?

For those of you trying to find entry level jobs in finance, there is one step you may want to consider first that can eventually lead you to the job you want.  Learn more in the following post.

If you’ve been looking for entry level finance jobs, you already know that it’s a tough market out there. What you may not know is that many finance rock.

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Posted April 25, 2012 by

Interview with a Consultant

I’m a consultant within the recruiting industry and have been a consultant for about 10 years. Rather than work in a human resources department full-time and recruit candidates for an organization’s job openings, I consult with organizations on a contractual basis. Consultants are generally used on an “as-needed” basis and provide expertise in a specific industry or occupation for organizations.

My work consists of assisting companies to fill their job openings. I use my skills, network and recruiting experience to quickly fill job openings with candidates that match the company’s culture and required skills for the job. A common misconception about consulting is that it’s not steady work. As a consultant, work can last a few weeks to a few years. Generally, if I consistently meet the requirements of my clients, my work continues. I consider my clients’ needs no matter what they are. If I put my ego aside and go above their expectations, I’m employed. (more…)