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Posted August 13, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, How Honest Are You Being in Your Search to Find Jobs?

We have heard that honesty is the best policy.  When it comes to finding jobs, recent college graduates can get some advice on being honest in the following post.

How far would you go to get a job? Would you bend the truth? Exaggerate your work history, education and skills? Blatantly lie during a job interview? The Greek word parrhesia means “freedom of speech.” It also implies that one is obliged to speak the truth even if that involves a degree of risk. And most certainly: unless

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Posted August 07, 2014 by

Want to Write a Winning Resume to Impress Recruiters? Try this New Formula

Most job seekers understand that an impressive resume can get the attention of recruiters.   To achieve this goal, the following post suggests a new formula that just might help.

I’ve read hundreds of articles on job searching… possibly even topping a thousand. By far, the one topic talked about most in these articles: resumes. And many of these articles recommend the use of action verbs, quantification and the direct impact of your contributions. The goal: to show you did something that contributed directly to the

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Posted July 17, 2014 by

One Question Recruiters Wouldn’t Mind You Asking After a Job Interview

Job seekers, once you have finished an interview, be sure to ask one question that recruiters would appreciate.  Find out what it is in the following post.

One of the most common pieces of advice I’ve heard from recruiters and advisers: at the end of an interview, candidates should ask about any concerns or reservations the interviewers might have about hiring them, like this: “After our conversation today, what concerns do you have about my ability to this

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Posted July 10, 2014 by

College Students, Are You Interviewing for Jobs? 6 Ways to Stay in the Mind of the Interviewer

When interviewing for jobs, college students should do their best to stand out (in a good way) to the interviewer.  Learn six ways they can do so in the following post.

HR blogger and columnist Liz Ryan wrote an excellent piece on LinkedIn, The Five Deadliest Job Interview Mistakes. And it occurred to me: These five mistakes all boil down to a single question: Are you memorable? Per Liz’s column, this could be memorable in either a good, or a bad way…

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Posted July 03, 2013 by

Tips that May Help You Secure an Entry Level Job in Sports Writing

Are you interested in writing about sports?  If so, check out some tips in the following post that could help you find an entry level job in this area.

Featured: Featured One of my close friends, David Simmons, is a sports buff. He loves anything and everything sports. Ironically, I met David while I was interning in Los Angeles one summer (everything links back to internships!). One of the things I admire about David is that he is always “in

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Posted March 26, 2013 by

10 High-Paying Entry-Level Jobs – Careers Articles

Are you looking for an entry level job that pays well?  If so, the following post has some positions you might be interested in.

These high-paying entry-level positions require less than two years’ experience and pay at least $50000 a year.

In today’s competitive job market, it can be hard to imagine that there are jobs that pay well but don’t require years of experience. But many sectors offer high-paying entry-level jobs that are appealing to mid-career changers or recent college graduates (who are likely eager to get out from under a mound of student loan debt)

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