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Posted August 18, 2014 by

Are You a Recent High School Graduate Searching for Jobs? 20 Well Paid Positions for those without a College Degree

While getting a college degree can help boost your career, if you’re a recent graduate of high school there are jobs you might be interested in.  Learn 20 positions that pay well without a degree in the following post.

In several of these jobs, workers may need to attend vocational school or other non-college-level training programs to achieve licensure or certification. Additionally, entry-level requirements will vary by state, locality, and…

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Posted March 21, 2014 by

College Students, About to Graduate without Securing Entry Level Jobs? 5 Tips for Your Job Search

College students, don’t be too discouraged if you haven’t found entry level jobs as you prepare to graduate.  Remember these five tips in the following post as you continue your job search.

According to a survey by the Economic Policy Institute, the unemployment rate for 2013 college grads sits at 8.8 percent. While the economy is improving, soon-to-be college grads entering the job market may feel apprehensive about finding work after they walk across that stage. Don’t spend your remaining college career, and the summer, dwelling in your

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Doubts about Taking that Entry Level Job in Sales? How It Can Benefit Your Career

So, you’ve been offered an entry level job in sales, which sounds good.  However, are you concerned that you may not like what you will do on the job?  If yes, then the following post may convince you enough to take the position.

Most college students are absolutely petrified of those entry level sales jobs that require cold calling. Others feel they are “too smart” or that they just spent way too much money on their college degree to sit on the phone and…

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Posted December 09, 2013 by

Working on Entry Level Jobs with Mature Employees? 3 Things Young Professionals Should Understand

You’ve probably heard that Generation Y, or Millennials, don’t seem to show enough respect to their older colleagues in the workplace.  When working on entry level jobs with mature employees, there are three things young professionals should understand.  Learn what they are in the following post.

If you are a young person, then I’m dead certain that in the last couple days you’ve gotten frustrated with at least one older person. They drive too slow, they take forever to do things, they’re scared to death of every new idea that comes across their desk, they wear their pants too high

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Posted September 23, 2013 by

Are You a Humanities Major? Entry Level Jobs in Travel that Might Interest You

If you are not sure what kind of entry level jobs to consider as a humanities major, the following post has opportunities in the travel industry that are expected to increase in the years to come.

Over the 2008-18 period, occupations such as hotel, motel and resort desk clerks, tour guides and escorts, and flight attendants are all projected to increase in employment. via bls.gov Not only for those with specialized degrees in travel and hospitality industry, travel jobs rank high on employing those with little experience or

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Posted August 27, 2013 by

Do You Have a Personal Challenge Affecting Your Entry Level Job Search? Make it a Success Professionally

Just because you might be a job seeker who faces a personal challenge in life, it doesn’t mean you can’t achieve professional success.  Whether you are searching for an entry level job or other position, the following post encourages you to take this challenge and learn how to overcome it to have a career.

You are not stuck in life. No matter what barriers you face, if you can see your future, you can take action to get there. I know… because I may be the world’s least likely businessman. I can’t read. That might seem like a pretty big barrier. I’m not saying it wasn&rsquo

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Posted December 19, 2012 by

The future of student enrollment – Five Predictions: #5

CollegeRecruiter.comThe following post offers the fifth prediction on how student enrollment will change in the future for colleges and universities.

Prediction # 5: Internationalization and globalization of education will continue.

– Universities want and need to diversify their student bodies to offer an education compatible with this era of globalization.

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The future of student enrollment – Five Predictions: #5