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Posted March 03, 2014 by

College Students, Interested in Entry Level Jobs as Medical Assistants? Information About this Career Choice

College students who would like to find entry level jobs as medical assistants can learn more about this potential career choice in the following post.

What will you learn? Through medical assistant training you would acquire many skills that are common to people training to become doctors. For instance drawing blood, collecting fluid samples, checking the vitals of a patient, administering medication, etc. In large hospitals, doctors seldom have the time to interact with each patient as their case loads are usually

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Posted December 19, 2013 by

Dreaming of an Entry Level Job as a Small Business Entrepreneur? Some Helpful Advice

If you want an entry level job as a small business entrepreneur, consider some advice from those who’ve been there and done that in the following post.

Small business owners are generally happier than the average worker. They get to choose their own schedules, they’re usually building a business based on their personal interests, and many don’t see profitability as the end-all, be-all success metric. But every small business owner will also tell you that getting a business up and running is hard

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Posted December 09, 2013 by

Working on Entry Level Jobs with Mature Employees? 3 Things Young Professionals Should Understand

You’ve probably heard that Generation Y, or Millennials, don’t seem to show enough respect to their older colleagues in the workplace.  When working on entry level jobs with mature employees, there are three things young professionals should understand.  Learn what they are in the following post.

If you are a young person, then I’m dead certain that in the last couple days you’ve gotten frustrated with at least one older person. They drive too slow, they take forever to do things, they’re scared to death of every new idea that comes across their desk, they wear their pants too high

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Posted December 02, 2013 by

Searching for Entry Level Jobs? 4 Decisions You Need to Think About

For anyone looking for entry level jobs, be sure to focus on what you want during your search.  In the following post, learn four decisions you need to think about.

When you’re beginning your entry-level job search, it may seem like a good idea to apply for every job you can and accept the first offer you receive. After a.

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Posted November 25, 2013 by

Want to Boost Your Chances of Getting Interviews for Entry Level Jobs? Try These Tips

While it’s easy to blame other people for your lack of job search success, the real problem might be you.  To land more interviews for entry level jobs, consider trying tips found in the following post.

My CEO occasionally rants in his blog posts… He says he finds it “cathartic”. And his rants are often a positive teaching moment for our readers – not just rants for a rant’s sake. I’ve decided to try one of these rants. Bear with me… it will be a positive teaching

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

5 Challenges Veterans Encounter in Finding Entry Level Jobs

Having recently celebrated Veterans Day, we think about the things that our troops go through during their service.  However, what about when they return home, such as trying to find entry level jobs?  The following post shares five challenges veterans encounter in their job search(es).

Even when a veteran is ready in body and soul to search for that post-military job, he or she may encounter immediate rejection. Hiring managers generally possess rigid mind sets when it comes to filling their open positions, demanding equally rigid skill sets, no matter who is applying to them. How, then, do

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Posted October 14, 2013 by

Consider Doing Your Own Background Check Before Searching for an Entry Level Job

Before beginning your search for an entry level job, it may be wise to conduct your own background check before potential employers do.  Learn more in the following post.

With social media everywhere, it’s easy to imagine you can pick and choose what you want employers to see. As long as you clean up your Facebook wall and delete that late-night Twitter post, you’ll be fine, right? Not so much. Background checks can still pull up damaging information, causing you to miss out

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Posted September 17, 2013 by

Future Entry Level Job Seekers, Can You Handle Your College Costs?

If you’re going to college before hitting the entry level job market, it’s important to prepare for all of the costs associated with getting a higher education.  The following post includes an infographic with more information to help you.

Every year, thousands of students select a college to attend. Decisions hinge on factors including convenience, cost, financial aid or grant availability, location or simply because the college is the same one a parent or sibling went to. Wherever you wind up, the costs of college can quickly add up. Depending on which side of the country

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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 July 16, 2013 by

On the Hunt for a New Entry Level Job? 3 Ways to Help You Find One More Quickly

College grads, if you’re anxious to find an entry level job, the following post has three ways that might help you get one faster.

I lost my job about an hour after I got married. I’m exaggerating, but that’s what my in-laws probably thought. After our wedding, I moved their Georgian daughter to Boston for my job—and then promptly lost it. Those were not fun months. A lot of people are in a

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