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Posted August 13, 2014 by

Considering Getting a New Entry Level Job? 12 Things to Know First

Before accepting an entry level job, consider 12 things from an infographic in the following post that you should know first.

In a recent survey, 85% of workers said they are open to the idea of changing jobs. And a great many of them aren’t considering leaving for better opportunities, but to escape their current less-than-desirable working environment. So what will be different for these unhappy careerists next time? How can

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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 October 22, 2013 by

Networking for Entry Level Jobs Recent College Graduates? It Doesn’t Have to Always Be Formal

For recent college graduates searching for entry level jobs, networking is a key part of their job search(es).  While sometimes it has to be done in a formal, structured way, that is not always the case.  The following post explains.

We’re still in a competitive job market, especially for recent college graduates. This means networking is a critical step to landing a job. Many college graduates know to tap their campus career center and personal networks for job leads. However, there are a host of unique places they often don’t think to network during their daily activities…

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