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Posted April 09, 2014 by

Entry Level Job Interview Coming Up? 13 Tips to Get the Position You Want

If you have an interview for an entry level job coming up, check out 13 tips to help you get the position you want in the following post.

You’ve worked hard on your resume, and you finally networked your way to the right person. This is your chance: you’ve got an interview! What now? Wing it and hope for the best? Google for interview tips—and end up with the same template as everyone else? No, you’re smarter than that—and you need to stand out from the crowd.

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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Are These 5 Challenging Workplace Personalities on Your Entry Level Job?

On your entry level job, you might encounter a variety of personalities that can be hard to deal with.  In the following post, learn five of these personalities and how to get along with them.

This is a guest post by Judith Orloff . The workplace is filled with difficult personalities–bullies, know-it-alls, rumor mongers… Our fallback reaction when faced with problem people at work is to either assert ourselves or walk swiftly in the other direction. But there’s a middle ground, a way of communicating that’s

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Posted December 23, 2013 by

Can Learning About SEO Improve Your Entry Level Job Search?

To improve their entry level job searches, job seekers may want to learn about search engine optimization, or SEO, to allow recruiters and employers to find them more quickly.  The following post shares three tools for understanding SEO.

You know SEO is important. It’s present in every industry. It has personal branding benefits. And strategic social media knowledge is attractive to employers. Once you understand SEO basics, it’s a good idea to dabble with a few SEO tools to help make this learning experience easier. But the sheer number of

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Posted November 14, 2013 by

Internship Finder, 8 Ways to Maximize Your Experience

As an internship finder, it’s important to make the most of your experience so that you can boost your chances of getting a job down the road.  Check out eight ways to maximize your internship in the following post.

Internships are no longer optional… in today’s entry-level job market, they are de facto necessity to get your resume even reviewed by a hiring manager. No matter what you’ve done to this point, there’s a chance to improve, and there’s a chance to turn negative opinions into positive ones — and positive opinions

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Posted November 11, 2013 by

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Pursue an Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur

Becoming an entrepreneur may sound good, but is it the right choice for your entry level job?  The following post has 10 reasons why being your own boss may not be good for you.

This post is contributed by Daniel C. Steenerson Thinking about starting your own business? Beware! Below are 10 signs that you just may not be cut out to be an entrepreneur. #10 You can’t stand the heat. Before you jump into self-employment, make sure you’re very comfortable being uncomfortable. Every day you’ll need

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Posted October 07, 2013 by

How to Engage Students and Alumni on Campus

Five happy college students with the focus on man in blue shirt

Five happy college students with the focus on man in blue shirt. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When it comes time to market your company, the standard methods can seem a bit boring. You already have a billboard, a website, and a television commercial, so where do you go from there?

College students have spent up to $36 billion during the school year on things like computers, clothes and cellphones. A lot of companies are taking the hint and engaging directly with students and alumni all across college campuses. Here are some of the most effective strategies to reach your audience and market efficiently. (more…)

Posted August 26, 2013 by

Not Sure about Your Career Choice? Reasons You Shouldn’t Take an Entry Level Job in It

When it comes to choosing a career, ultimately you want to be happy.  That is why you should not take an entry level job in a field for the wrong reasons.  In the following post, learn why.

Deciding on a career is a lot like choosing a spouse. Pick the wrong one, and you could have years of frustration, bitterness and disappointment to look forward to. And while you’re not going to get into any agonizing custody battles over the kids with your job, you might have a

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Posted June 25, 2013 by

How Do You Feel About Finding an Entry Level Job with an English Major?

Many college students and recent graduates probably feel uncertain about their chances of finding an entry level job with majors that are in demand.   So, how about those with majors, such as English, where demand may not be the greatest?  Learn more in the following post.

With the economy still sluggish and computer science majors in demand, some college students are rethinking that humanities major they’d hoped to earn, says The Wall Street Journal: Humanities majors at Harvard fell to 20% in 2012 from 36% in 1954. And the trends are similar at colleges across the country. Meanwhile, more incoming freshman are opting out of

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Posted June 21, 2013 by

Just Landed an Entry Level Job? Follow Tips from Car Salesmen to Have a Successful Career

You may be wondering how a car salesmen can help you have a successful career.  The following post shares tips to remember if you have an entry level job.

Picture this: a mass of salesmen, in their starched white shirts and tacky bright-colored ties, flocks to you as soon as you pull into the lot. They’re like zombies on the attack, hungry for your cash rather than your intellect. Although the common perception of car salesmen is

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Posted June 21, 2013 by

Stand Out From the Crowd – Get an Entry Level Job with These 13 Interview Tips

If you want an entry level job, you need to stand out from other candidates in your interview.  The following post has 13 tips to make a great impression during this all important meeting.

You’ve worked hard on your resume, and you finally networked your way to the right person. This is your chance: you’ve got an interview coming. What now? Wing it and hope for the best? Google for interview tips—and end up with the same template as everyone else? No, you’re smarter than that.

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