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Posted January 21, 2014 by

Want to Impress on Your Recent Graduate Jobs for Career Advancement? Try These 4 Tips

If you’re hoping to advance from your recent graduate jobs in the future, there are four tips that could make a difference found in the following post.

You’re walking taller and smiling at everyone who passes you in the hall. You’re strutting your stuff. You don’t care who knows it because you’re on top of the world. You scored another big win at work, and you feel unstoppable. You know a promotion is within reach, and you’re ready. But your boss has

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Posted January 14, 2014 by

Can You Expect to Find Recent Graduate Jobs in the Tech Industry in 2014?

If you’re searching for recent graduate jobs in technology this year, don’t be surprised if it takes a little time based on information in the following post.

What do tech giants like Electronic Arts, Cisco and IBM have in common?  During the tech boom of the early 21st century, it was high hopes and continuous revenue streams.  But, lately, tech giants and a number of previously-burgeoning startups are experiencing ebbing numbers and waning momentum. 2013 numbers are weak, some weaker than

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Posted December 31, 2013 by

What Can Keep You from Landing Recent College Graduate Jobs Before Other Candidates

If you’re interested in applying for recent college graduate jobs, be sure to show your interest.  The following post talks about what can keep job seekers from landing these jobs.

I have two short stories about Millennials and resumes. One has a happy ending and the other does not. If you want to free yourself from the crowded 20-something job market (and crazy-high unemployment), pay attention.

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

Asked About Salary During Interviews for Recent Graduate Jobs? How You Should Respond

How should grads respond to a question about salary during interviews for recent graduate jobs?  Learn more in the following post.

From our partner site…www.careercast.com http://www.careercast.com/career-news/how-to-answer-how-much-money-do-you-want By Martin Yate, CPC Ask for too much and you might not get an offer; ask for too little and you could be kicking yourself for years. Under-negotiating your salary today has an impact on

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Posted December 16, 2013 by

Internship Finder, 6 Tips for a More Meaningful Experience

Are you an internship finder looking to get the most out of your experience?  The following post offers six tips that can help.

Many recent grads face a big problem: it’s hard to get a job without experience. And at the same time, how do you get experience without a job? One common solution to this age old dilemma is to obtain an internship either while you are still a student or immediately after graduation. However, all internship

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Posted December 12, 2013 by

Looking for Entry Level Jobs in Accounting and Finance for 2014? Part 1

Are you about to graduate from college, and start searching for entry level jobs in accounting or finance?  If so, part one of the following post lists some opportunities you might be interested in.

Recent grads will either head to graduate school or start looking for a job. If you’re a soon-to-be graduate, in search of entry-level accounting and finance jobs, what type of position appeals to you? The competition is stiff for…

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Posted October 14, 2013 by

Want to Stand Out on Your Entry Level Job Interview? 50 Questions to Think About Asking

If you want to stand out when interviewing for an entry level job, think about asking some of the questions in the following post.

Job seekers who ask thought provoking questions significantly increase their chances of making it to the next step of the interview process. It comes down to this: when job seekers push the recruiter/interviewer to think hard and respond with a thoughtful answer, respect is the result. But which questions are best?

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Posted October 09, 2013 by

Experiencing Conflict on Your Entry Level Job? 3 Ways to Resolve Confrontations at Work

There may be times on your entry level job where you will deal with conflict among co-workers.  When this is the case, you need to handle it appropriately.  The following post discusses three ways to resolve confrontations at work.

What causes confrontations?   Improving confrontations in the workplace is often a matter of understanding the origins or motivation for each type of confrontation, which often stem from specific circumstances. Knowing the source of a given confrontation can often be key to understanding how to defuse it if you are a manager, or handle it if

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Posted October 02, 2013 by

Why Isn’t Your Career Advancing from Your Entry Level Job? Here Are Some Reasons – Part 2

If you’re an employee who has not advanced from his or her entry level job, the following post has more reasons that may be holding you back.

Guest blog by Heather Townsend, co-author of ‘How to make partner and still have a life’ and author of ‘FT Guide To Business Networking’, and guest blogger for Big4.com. I am often talking with people whose careers have seemingly come to a full stop in their firm. Sometimes this is fixable, and other times it isn’t. This is

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Posted September 20, 2013 by

Trying to Get Health Insurance for Your Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur? One Possible Answer

If you are going to have an entry level job as an entrepreneur, it is a smart idea to get some health insurance.  The following post offers a new source that may be helpful.

With ObamaCare’s new health insurance exchanges debuting this October, you might have questions about what kind of plan to buy—especially if you’re an entrepreneur, small business owner or freelancer. In fact, you might be wondering whether you’ll be able to afford health insurance at all. To help

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