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Posted May 14, 2014 by

Summer Internship Finder, Take Your Position and Turn It into a Job with These 5 Tips

If you are a summer internship finder, you can take your position and turn it into a job by using five tips in the following post.

We’ve all heard the stories: So-and-so landed a sweet internship, impressed the bigwigs and landed a job offer. If you’re hoping to take the same path, you need to stand out in a sea of interns who are after the same thing. It’s daunting, sure, but with enough professionalism and hard work—and a little networking

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Posted January 06, 2014 by

Did Your Skills Land You an Entry Level Job? How They Can Advance Your Career Without Having a Lot of Experience

If you have an entry level job, chances are one reason is because of your skills.  In the following post, learn how having the right skills can help you advance in today’s workplace, as opposed to having a lot of experience.

It’s difficult to watch a newcomer come in and be given a position you’ve been working toward for a while. What about your experience, the relationships you built and loyalty to your company? In today’s highly competitive job market, the value of seniority is changing. Today, it’s about skills and results, not time spent in an office chair. We

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Posted July 02, 2013 by

3 Summer Jobs for College Students that Could Lead to Permanent Employment

Working during the summer is a great way to gain some real world experience.  The following post has three summer jobs for college students that may lead them to permanent employment.

Summer is a great time for budding entrepreneurs to pull in a little extra cash while developing their business skills in real-world settings. But you don’t have to give up this income stream just because you’re heading off to college. In fact, there are plenty of different ways aspiring entrepreneurs can turn a

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Posted May 23, 2013 by

On Entry Level Jobs, Avoid 5 Subjects with Coworkers

While there is nothing wrong with having conversations beyond work on entry level jobs, there are five subjects to avoid with your coworkers.  Find out what they are in the following post.

If you’re lucky enough to spend the day surrounded by coworkers you consider close friends, count your blessings. Not everyone has the good fortune to work side by side with those they connect with on the deepest personal level. For most of us, coworker relationships are pleasant, friendly and warm—but you’re

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