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Posted March 06, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Thinking About Changing Jobs for Recent College Graduates? What to Consider Before Making a Change

At some point, it might be tempting for young professionals to change jobs for recent college graduates.  However, before they make a change, the following post has some advice for them to consider.

So you’ve worked at your first full-time gig for a significant amount of time, and you feel like you’ve mastered it. You know the ins and outs of your job, and you could probably complete assignments with your eyes closed. At this point in your not-so-new career, not only are your

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Posted November 25, 2013 by

Nervous About Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? Tips to Help You Calm Down

Now that you have secured an interview for an entry level job, how do you calm your nerves before the meeting?  Get a couple of tips in the following post.

Interviewing is one of those tense, palm-sweating, heart-stopping experiences that can make going to the dentist seem like fun. It’s full of pitfalls: What if they don’t like me? What if I don’t know the answer to a question? What if they challenge my answers? What should I

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Posted August 12, 2013 by

Are Your Employees Engaged on Their Entry Level Jobs?

Employee engagement is crucial to the success of a company.  Employers should make sure they understand this concept in order to manage new employees for positions such as entry level jobs.  The following post explains more about employee engagement.

Dale Carnegie and MSW did a study on over 1500 employees, to dig further into what creates engaged employees, and what key attributes are present within these engaged employees. Some startling employee engagement statistics revealed in this study showed that 29% of the workforce is engaged, 45% are not engaged, and 26

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