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Posted July 08, 2015 by

Want a Promotion? 5 Tips to Help You Earn One

Do you believe it is time for you to get promoted at work?  If you have been with a company for a while and have proven your worth, then chances are you are probably right.  You may have even asked your boss for a promotion before, but for some reason it was not the right time.  That does not mean you should give up.  If your goal is to move up within your business, there are ways to do it.  Here are some tips to help you earn a promotion. (more…)

Posted September 30, 2014 by

College Students, Do You Have the Necessary Soft Skills to Land Entry Level Jobs?

While it is important for job seekers to have the skill set do the jobs they apply for, they should also possess certain skills that allow them to be the right fit for the company culture.  These skills are known as soft skills.  Soft skills are intangible qualities that tell an employer not only about you as a potential employee but also as a person.  For college students searching for entry level jobs, having these skills can help make the difference in their job searches. (more…)

Posted September 18, 2014 by

Grads, Are Your Searches for Entry Level Jobs Taking Longer than Expected? Eliminate These 30 Mistakes

Graduates who believe their searches for entry level jobs are taking more time than they expected might be hurting themselves.  Learn 30 mistakes they should eliminate in the following post.

As many have discovered, effective job search methods have changed substantially in the last few years – and it can be hard to leave behind the job search techniques that used to work, but don’t in our current economy. You can, however, control what you do – and how you are spending your valuable time. And that means eliminating

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Posted September 16, 2014 by

About to Graduate from College and Want an Entry Level Job In Freelance? 7 Steps to Follow

If you are about to graduate from college and have an interest in getting an entry level job freelancing, the following post has seven steps to move forward in your search.

You have many good reasons to start your freelance career as soon as (or even before) you graduate college. Even if you’d prefer to work an office job or want to explore another type of traditional employment setting, think of how “running your own business” will look on your resume. Plus, as you trudge

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Posted September 08, 2014 by

Looking for an Entry Level Job in a New Career? How You Can Sell Yourself to a Potential Employer

Are you tired of your current entry level job and want to start a new career?  If so, find out how to sell yourself to a potential employer in the following post.

You graduated college, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. You envisioned the position you were going to pursue. You began working in an entry-level position and were promoted a few times — either earning that desired position or feeling as though you were on track for it. Five years deep into a career

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Posted August 28, 2014 by

Finding Entry Level Jobs with Job Titles You Don’t Understand? How to Find Out What They Actually Mean

When looking at entry level jobs, you may find some job titles that are hard to understand.  In the following post, learn how to get the meaning of these creative titles.

Accounting ninja. Conversation architect. Social media unicorn. What in the world are employers thinking with these job titles? The reality is that employers are getting more creative with their hiring processes. Whether it’s asking job seekers to jump through hoops during the application process or simply listing an opening with an outrageous title, understanding what

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Posted August 26, 2014 by

College Students, Have Jobs as Entrepreneurs and Need a Boost for Your Businesses? 7 Ideas that Could Work

College students who work in jobs as entrepreneurs and are looking for ways to improve their businesses should think about applying these seven ideas in the following post.

Does your small business need a little something extra? If you have been turning over the same stable profits year after year, but aren’t growing as a business then something is wrong. Success is not about having a stable, solid company. Success is about always striving to improve and grow your company whenever you can do so. If

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

What Recruiters Look for in Great (Not Good) Resumes

In order for recruiters to consider your resume great and not just good, they must notice certain things about it.  Find out what they are in the following post.

I’ve seen a lot of résumés. And I know the person who wrote it probably worked hard to create or update that résumé. Fact is, most of those resumes are good. In today’s market, however, “good” isn’t good enough anymore. We must take your résumé from good… to great! Here’s how…

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Posted August 18, 2014 by

College Graduates, 3 Ways to Separate Yourself from the Competition When Searching for Jobs

As college graduates begin searching for jobs, they need to stand out from other job seekers.  Learn three ways they can separate themselves from the competition in the following post.

One of a job candidates’ biggest worries? The competition. How are their credentials? How much experience do they have? What is their online presence like? How good are they during the job interview? Do they have an inside track to this job? While it’s completely normal to be concerned about your

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Posted August 13, 2014 by

Considering Getting a New Entry Level Job? 12 Things to Know First

Before accepting an entry level job, consider 12 things from an infographic in the following post that you should know first.

In a recent survey, 85% of workers said they are open to the idea of changing jobs. And a great many of them aren’t considering leaving for better opportunities, but to escape their current less-than-desirable working environment. So what will be different for these unhappy careerists next time? How can

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