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Posted July 10, 2014 by

College Graduates, Don’t Like Your Current Jobs? 3 Ways to Make Them More Pleasant

There are probably some college graduates who don’t like their jobs.  However,  the following post shares three ways to help grads make their jobs a little more pleasant.

When you’re having a bad day at work, it’s easy to fantasize about an entirely different career solving all your problems. While a new job or environment could be a better fit, focusing only on your external circumstance negates the impact of one important factor: You. Your habits and attitudes

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Posted December 27, 2013 by

Searching for an Entry Level Job? Don’t Fall into the Generalist Trap

It can be easy to get discouraged if your entry level job search isn’t producing any results.  However, just because you don’t have a job yet does not mean you should settle on just any position.  Learn more about avoiding the generalist trap during your job search in the following post.

See if this sounds familiar to your job search… You start out with a pretty clear idea of what type of job you want. A few weeks go by with no bites on your resume, so you apply to a few more jobs. A couple more weeks go by. Silence. Fear and panic start

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Doing Just “One Thing” Won’t Necessarily Land Jobs for Recent College Graduates

While most of us have probably heard that “one thing” can make a difference either in our personal or professional lives, sometimes one thing doesn’t automatically lead to success.  For example, people who are trying to land jobs for recent college graduates may need to do many things during their searches.  The following post has more information.

I’ve noticed a phenomenon I’ve dubbed the “‘if I just do this one thing…’ syndrome”. This syndrome seemed so familiar because I used to fall prey to it all the time. You see, when I first began my career coaching business I constantly thought my success was just one step away.

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Posted September 18, 2013 by

Ready to Leave Your Entry Level Job and Change Careers? Avoid These 3 Mistakes Along the Way

Even though you may want to leave your entry level job as soon as possible and find a different career, be sure to take your time.  The following post has three mistakes to avoid when making a career change.

You’re miserable in your job, you were fed up with your previous job and you’re slowly coming to the conclusion that the industry you chose for yourself as an undergraduate isn’t working out the way you’d hoped. You’ve decided it’s time to make a career change. Many people

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