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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Where are the Best Entry Level Jobs and Which Ones Have Earning Potential?

College students and recent graduates, the following post shares where you can find the best entry level jobs and the ones that have good earning potential, according to one source.

Best Companies for Entry Level Jobs, according to Forbes. Enterprise Rent-A-Car; Teach for America; Verizon Wireless; Hertz Auto Rental; PricewaterhouseCoopers; KPMG, LLP; Target; Ernst & Young; City Year; Aerotek…

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Posted February 12, 2014 by

7 Not-So-Obvious Tips for Writing an Appealing College Cover Letter

Leslie Anglesey

Leslie Anglesey

Writing an appealing college cover letter these days is a completely different animal to tangle with versus the outdated standards of yesteryear. Oftentimes it’s the little not-so-obvious rules of the game that we miss, because they tend to change with the times. This article provides you with 7 tips that can help you get an edge.

These days every little bit helps, and we’ve got to use everything at our disposal to stick out above and beyond the noise. Let’s start with the not-so-obvious basics. (more…)

Posted December 30, 2013 by

Interested in Jobs for Communication Majors? 6 Social Media Jobs to Watch in 2014

There is no denying the impact that social media is having on personal and professional networking.  For college students interested in jobs for communication majors, the following post shares six social media jobs to look out for in 2014.

Social media has transformed the way people socialize, network and stay in touch. We’ve seen large social networks like MySpace and Friendster come and go, and other ones like Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and LinkedIn completely transform and redefine our online trends. One thing is abundantly clear: social media is now necessary for

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Posted August 08, 2013 by

5 Recent Graduate Jobs to Consider if You Have an English Degree

Have you just graduated from college with an English degree and wondering what recent graduate jobs are available?  The following post has five opportunities that might interest you.

Several college majors are constantly under fire for their lack of practicality or success in the labor market: Art, Philosophy, Women and Gender Studies—and English. Though today’s job market is still mending from the 2008 recession, it isn’t as black and white as it was. English majors are no longer forced into a confined box, limited to

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Posted July 12, 2013 by

12 Entry-Level Jobs with Big Earning Potential

Dawn Dugan

Dawn Dugan, Salary.com contributing writer

No one ever promised you were going to graduate from college and, degree hot off the press, land yourself a job as CFO. But in today’s job market, where competition is particularly keen, it seems as if even the mediocre jobs are few and far between.

Before you relegate yourself to flipping burgers, check out the 12 jobs we’ve listed here. These jobs, while appropriate for recent college grads looking to enter the work place, have reasonable starting salaries and excellent growth potential. (more…)

Posted March 13, 2012 by

Interview with an Advertising Executive

I am a Sr. Copywriter and Creative Director, an executive management position in the advertising and promotion industry, and I have been in this line of work in one form or another for 29 years.

Mine is a dual role: on one hand I am a commercial copywriter tasked with persuasively engaging prospective customers on behalf of the client, while on the other hand, I am the lead creative mind on a team charged with developing winning creative strategies through a well-established core process adhering to industry best practices. (more…)