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Posted May 27, 2015 by

Major Tips to Create Dynamic Presentations

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Businessman giving presentation on projector screen to colleagues in office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

In today’s world, no one has time to sit and read lengthy instructions or pages full of information. The emphasis is placed instead on convenience and efficiency. Individuals, be they students or professionals, are busier than ever. They have more on their plate than they ever have before. Students, for example, tend to be taking more credit hours, working more hours, and spending more time on extracurricular activities than in the past. They don’t have the time or desire to spend their precious free time on anything that is less than compelling. Professionals are in the same boat: today’s professional works more hours than in the past, in part thanks to the ever-changing methods of communication. They are almost always able to be in contact with customers, coworkers, and loved ones. (more…)

Posted September 04, 2014 by

Searching for Jobs, Recent Graduate? 5 Tips You Can Learn from Online Dating

As a recent graduate searching for jobs, you may not believe that your job search could relate to online dating at first.  However, the following post shares five tips you can apply to your search from online dating.

Job searching is like online dating: you seek to find a great match and then put in the effort to woo the object of your desire. Another similarity: in both online dating and job searching, technology has enabled greater ease in the matchmaking process. Specifically, both dating and career sites allow users to upload personal

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Posted August 01, 2014 by

Jobs That Sound Boring But That Are Anything But!

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Female nurse at nurses station. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

It is unlikely that, when you were little and dreaming about your future, you dreamt of a job at a desk or in a cubicle. You probably dreamed of being a sports star, Hollywood A-lister, astronaut, fire fighter, stunt car driver, zookeeper, President—anything but something that would tie you to a desk or an office all day.

As we get older most of us resign ourselves to the idea of a desk-tied job. We discover that we want something steadier and less risky. We want the fattest paycheck possible and plan to save our excitement and happiness for the evenings, weekends and occasional vacation. What we fail to predict is just how satisfying some of those boring sounding jobs can be.

Here are some of the most satisfying (and stable!) careers you should pursue after college. (more…)

Posted August 01, 2014 by

Want to Grab Attention for Your Entry Level Job Search? Apply the STAR Method

For college students and recent graduates looking to get attention in their entry level job searches, one strategy might be to apply the STAR method.  Learn more in the following post.

Like most job seekers, you have a lot to say about how great you would be as an employee. However, you have a limited amount of space on a resume – and only so much time during job interviews – to get your point across, and impress the recruiter. The language you choose, then, must be both concise…

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Posted June 04, 2014 by

Searching Jobs for College Students? Bigger May Not Always be Better When Choosing an Employer

Are there jobs for college students that you’re interested in?  If so, when choosing an employer, understand that bigger may not always be better according to the following post.

Because of our consumer approach to life – we use our iPhone to search Google, log on to Facebook to interact with our friends, and shop on Amazon – it can be hard to remember that smaller companies even exist. This is particularly when it’s time to look for a job. Many job seekers look to the big

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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 March 05, 2014 by

Want a Better Chance to Land Entry Level Jobs? Try Learning Some Creative Tech Skills

College graduates, if you want a better chance to land entry level jobs, learning some creative tech skills could be beneficial.  The following post lists some of these skills.

Creative Tech Skills You’ll Need for Entry-Level Jobs Tweet. Landing your dream job or even an entry level position in public relations requires more than being a crafty wordsmith, talented strategist and a social media wiz.

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Posted August 14, 2013 by

Have You Thought about Getting an Entry Level Job in Logistics? 8 Reasons It Might Benefit Your Career

Some people might not think about the importance of logistics, but it is something that affects our lives daily.  The following post has eight reasons why you may want to pursue an entry level job in the field for the benefit of your career.

You want a career that matters, right? You want to make a difference in the world, to be part of something big. You want training and education. You’re a team player and tech-savvy. Guess what could be the perfect match? Logistics. It might not sound sexy, but logistics is critical to our everyday activities

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Posted April 10, 2013 by

3 Initial Steps on the Road to Career Discovery

Are you trying to decide what career path to take?  If so, the following post has three steps you can take in this process.

“Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~ Confucius Look around, jobs are everywhere – in every industry. However, the key is to find a job that you like, not one that you need to push yourself into. Because if you’re not enjoying

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3 Initial Steps on the Road to Career Discovery