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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Recent Graduate Jobs Allow You to Telecommute? 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Working from Home

For workers with recent graduate jobs that allow them to work from home, there are four mistakes they should avoid, according to the following post.

It’s been more than a year since several prominent companies made headlines by banning telecommuting, yet the practice remains a growing workplace trend. According to our recent survey, more than eight out of 10 telecommuting employees reported improvements in their stress levels, and seven out of 10 said that working at home boosts their productivity

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Posted December 12, 2013 by

Dealing with Bad Bosses on Those Recent College Graduate Jobs? 5 Ways Not to Approach Them

Young professionals who are dealing with bad bosses on their recent college graduate jobs may be tempted to confront them at some point.  However, they should be careful about doing so in the wrong manner.  The following post has five ways not to approach a bad boss.

If you’re depressed, angry or constantly chewing your fingernails to nubs because you have a bad boss, the good news is you’re not alone. Millions of workers join you in your despair and anguish. Yet no matter how miserable you are, you’re probably not going to quit, because let’s face

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Posted December 05, 2013 by

Plan to Start a Business as Your Entry Level Job? 5 Things to Remember

If you plan on starting a business as an entry level job, the following post has five things you should remember.

At age 16, I started my first business. I was among the throngs of a community that gathered on muggy summer nights to cheer on the home team at our high school football games. Cheering means one thing: yelling. And yelling means people will have tired, sore, dry throats. For the penny-pinchers unwilling to spend concession stand prices

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Posted August 26, 2013 by

Want a Better Approach to Recruiting for Entry Level Jobs and Other Positions? Try this Technique

Recruiters, how well is your recruiting going for entry level jobs and/or other opportunities?  If not so well, you may fall into one category of recruiting that is hurting your efforts.  In the following post, learn a technique that may help you achieve better results.

Hiring managers and good professional candidates often get dozens of messages and phone calls from recruiters each day, many of which fall flat. Why do so many recruitment inquiries fail to achieve the desired response? With a rather low barrier to entry, many employees in the staffing industry tactlessly push their service onto prospective clients without adding meaningful value.

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Posted May 08, 2013 by

Entry Level Job Seekers, Prepare for Skype Interviews

The following post offers some tips for entry level job seekers preparing for interviews using Skype.

In this age of technology that we live in, applying for a job across the nation or even in another country has become possible with the aid of Skype interviews. Instead of asking someone to come to an interview thousands of miles away, companies are able to perform formal interviews with

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