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Posted August 25, 2014 by

Looking for an Entry Level Job with a Company Culture You Believe In? Consider Working for These 25 Employers

If company culture is important to you in your entry level job search, then you may be interested in working for one of these 25 employers in the following post.

So you’re looking for a job, right? But you don’t just want any old job. Your dream job needs to pay well, have great perks, and embrace a company culture you can identify with. Essentially, you’d like to be happy in your job and you don’t think that’s too much to ask. According

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Posted August 25, 2014 by

Want to Change Entry Level Jobs for Your Career? Online Tools to Move Forward

For young professionals who believe their careers would benefit by changing entry level jobs, the following post has some online tools to help them find new employment.

Stuck in a job you don’t like anymore? Want a career change but don’t know how? Ready to step on a new journey to discover a satisfying career? Yes! There are many of us everywhere who are pondering this question now. Although career change is not easy, but in the recent years

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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Need Help Managing Millennials on Entry Level Jobs? What Employers Can Do

Employers who feel challenged when it comes to managing Millennials on entry level jobs can get some advice in the following post.

New college graduates are full of confidence and multitasking techniques, but their first roles in the workforce often leaves them feeling unfulfilled. The culprit? It might not be entry-level pay or the smallest cubicle, but a factor you wouldn’t expect: lacking opportunities to continue learning in their first jobs. The 2014 College Graduate Employment Survey, released recently by

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Posted April 10, 2013 by

3 Initial Steps on the Road to Career Discovery

Are you trying to decide what career path to take?  If so, the following post has three steps you can take in this process.

“Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~ Confucius Look around, jobs are everywhere – in every industry. However, the key is to find a job that you like, not one that you need to push yourself into. Because if you’re not enjoying

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Posted December 10, 2012 by

Where Success is Really Hidden

CollegeRecruiter.comOnce you have established your personal brand, success is likely to follow.  Have you thought about where this success can be found, beyond your personal brand?  The following post explains.

Not all successful people are happy. Some successful people are stressed out, miserable, angry, frustrated, depressed and lonely. They are barely able to get up in the morning. They trudge through the day. They might as well be breaking rocks on a chain gang in a 110-degree heat, with no water breaks. Their health is bad, their weight is out of control, their back hurts, their eyes hurt, their teeth hurt – basically their life hurts.

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Where Success is Really Hidden