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Posted May 02, 2014 by

Struggling in Your Search for Summer Jobs for College Students? 7 Mistakes that Could be Holding You Back

If you’re feeling frustrated in your search for summer jobs for college students, see if you’re making any of the seven mistakes in the following post.

It is a sinking feeling: all your friends have secured their summer internships or jobs, but you’re still waiting for your opportunity to come. Although you’re very happy for your friends who landed their dream summer gigs, you’re extremely frustrated that your persistence hasn’t paid off. Nothing seems to work. Here are seven job and internship search mistakes that may

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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Don’t Know What to Ask Following Your Interview for an Entry Level Job? 4 Types of Questions that are Necessary

After interviewing for an entry level job, you may be offered the chance to ask some questions.  The following post has four types of questions that are necessary for you to ask as a job seeker.

Every part of the hiring process counts, but a face-to-face interview is the best opportunity to dazzle the boss and land a coveted offer. To maximize those precious moments, here are the four types of interview questions every Millennial should ask an employer. Each one demonstrates critical thinking and declares: I’m in

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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 December 02, 2013 by

Haven’t Landed Your Dream Entry Level Job? 7 Possible Reasons Why

Sometimes the things you don’t do in your job search can cost you just as much as the things you do.  So, if you haven’t landed your dream entry level job just yet, learn seven possible reasons why in the following post.

Doing everything right doesn’t guarantee you a coveted job. Sometimes what you aren’t doing could be responsible for ruining your chance of being hired. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Are you making any of these of these career mistakes? 1. Not Googling yourself It’s no secret potential employers do Google

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Posted August 29, 2013 by

Staying Professional on Your Entry Level Job – 4 Boundaries for Healthy Workplace Relationships

How well do you get along with coworkers?  Whether you’re on an entry level job or another position, you can set boundaries that will create healthy relationships in the workplace.  Learn four ways to do so in the following post.

This is a Guest Post by Van Moody,author of The People Factor. Success in the workplace depends on your ability to relate effectively to people. Research shows that 60-80% of all difficulties in organizations stem from strained relationships between employees, not from deficits in an individual employee’s skill or motivation.1 Difficult workplace relationships

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