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Posted February 05, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Not Getting the Results You Want? Time to Make Some Changes

Are you an internship finder that is struggling to find a position?  If so, consider making some changes to your search, as talked about in the following post.

Yesterday, I came across a series of tweets from an internship seeker that caused me to stop what I was doing. The despair was palpable… While I understand the anguish, and know this is far too common an occurrence, my appeal to those in this situation is this: Make a change. Make several changes! Do yourself a favor

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Posted January 02, 2014 by

Young Professionals, You Don’t Have to Know Everything on Your Entry Level Jobs

While young professionals want to make a good impression when starting entry level jobs, they should realize that employers don’t expect them to know everything.  Learn more in the following post.

You don’t know what you don’t know – now, and at every new starting point in your career moving forward. Each new internship, job or promotion is an opportunity to be a learner first. That’s good. And you should be okay with that.

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Posted December 02, 2013 by

How to Master Your Entry Level Job Search

What you put into your job search is what you will get out of it.  While success may not come overnight, you can master your entry level job search and eventually win the job.  Learn how to master finding a job in the following post.

Think about any skill… playing the piano, for example. To master that skill, you must practice for hours, days, weeks… even months or years. Gradually, you see small improvements… then begin hitting big milestones. Eventually, you look back and see how much you’ve improved; how you’ve mastered the skill. A job

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