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Posted June 16, 2014 by

Want to Find an Internship in Marketing? 5 Opportunities to Consider

If you would like to find an internship in marketing, the following post has five opportunities you might be interested in.

Featured: Featured We have ALL NEW internships going up every week — here are the top 5 marketing opportunities with companies who are looking for you NOW! Click below to apply:read more

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Posted June 05, 2014 by

Creating Your Own Business Card? 3 Tips to Make it Stand Out to Recruiters and Your Other Networking Connections

If you want to reach out to recruiters and other people in your network with your business card, learn three tips to make it stand out in the following post.

The business card is the ultimate staple to your professional appearance. The power to whip out your perfectly crafted business card to new connections made everywhere from between the work cubicles to industry events is not only a boost in confidence, but takes your networking abilities to the next level. But

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Posted May 29, 2014 by

Applied for Recent Graduate Jobs and Wondering When You’ll Hear Back? What You Can Do about It

While it might be hard to wait for responses to your applications for recent graduate jobs, understand that employers are weighing certain things.  Learn a couple of them in the following post, as well as what you can do while waiting to hear back on your status.

The hiring process for new graduates can often be lengthy. Many employers are looking for young professionals with new ideas to add to their team. They may take a longer time to vet them, however, unlike with a veteran professional who might be fast-tracked due to his significant job experience. This doesn’t mean an

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Posted April 17, 2014 by

Interviewing for Entry Level Jobs? Tips that Can Wow the Interviewer

When preparing to interview for entry level jobs, apply these tips to impress the interviewer found in the following post.

So when preparing for an upcoming interview, you need to make sure all of your bases are covered. Not only should you prepare your accomplishment stories for common interview questions, but also think of the best ways to let your personality shine through in a way that shows the interviewer you a good fit, for them and the company.

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Posted February 05, 2014 by

College Grads: Look West to Land the Job of Your Dreams

A bridge view from the West Coast on the Pacific Ocean

A bridge view from the West Coast on the Pacific Ocean. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Pack your sunscreen and head west. Arizona, Texas and California lead the nation in job openings. The job markets in these three states began rising in 2013 and continue to have gained momentum into 2014. Companies here need college graduates, like you, with a degree in software development, market management, design or healthcare. (more…)

Posted January 02, 2014 by

Making a Presentation at Your Entry Level Job. Tips to Make Yours Effective

Do you need some help for an upcoming presentation at your entry level job?  If so, the following post offers tips to make your presentation effective.

Wherever you are in your professional career (or schooling), it’s safe to assume you’ve had the pleasure of sitting through a presentation or two. Chances are, these presentations have fallen flat in at least one way or another: too many slides, not engaging, psychedelic concept. Whatever it may have been, the

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Posted December 27, 2013 by

21 Tips to Land Recent College Graduate Jobs in the New Year

For recent or soon to be graduates looking to land recent college graduate jobs in the new year, the following post has 21 job search tips to get them started.

Whether you’re a recent grad entering your first real job search, or a young professional looking to upgrade, finding your way to “you’re hired” can be tough. We often find ourselves navigating through the process alone; figuring out what works and what doesn’t by trial and error. I’d like to take away some of

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

Looking for an Entry Level Job as a Freelancer? Watch Out for 6 Job Posting Scams

If you’re looking for an entry level job as a freelancer, be careful about the opportunities you consider.  The following post has six job posting scams to avoid.

Freelancing is a great way to fine-tune your professional skills and work on your own terms. As a young professional, working for yourself can offer freedom and help you earn a little (or a lot) of extra money so you can finally ditch your Ramen diet for good. It’s easy to

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Posted November 14, 2013 by

Seeking Entry Level Jobs? Write Cover Letters that are Worth Reading

One way that recent college graduates applying for entry level jobs can gain a potential employer’s attention is to write a cover letter that is worth reading.  The following post shares tips for writing an effective cover letter.

I read an article recently that detailed why 95% of recruiters don’t read cover letters. One recruiter put it best when he said cover letters were generally so bad, he concluded they weren’t worth reading. From the candidate perspective, it is clear we don’t like writing them: “Well, it doesn’t say a cover letter is required

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Posted October 23, 2013 by

Pursuing an Entry Level Job in Interior Design? 4 Possible Career Opportunities

If you are searching for an entry level job in interior design, but not sure what area to pursue, check out the following post to learn about four possible career opportunities.

Featured: Not Featured This is a guest post by Anna Hicks. When you think of interior design, you probably think of beautifully-decorated, well-appointed rooms. You imagine a career matching couches to artwork, or advising clients on the best way to position televisions and sectionals while still allowing a natural traffic flow. You

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