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Posted May 08, 2015 by

3 resumes mistakes recent graduates are still making

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Maria Onzain

Looking for a job after years of experience is completely different than doing it for the first time. When you are starting out, you need to get more creative and have the right attitude to close the deal.

Getting your first job starts from writing a great resume. On top of emphasizing your education, internships or summer activities, there are many other things you can do to write a killer resume.

You can start by avoiding these 3 common mistakes that recent graduates are still making in their resumes: (more…)

Posted December 05, 2014 by

College Acceptance and Friendship: The Social Trap

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Close-up of an ‘Approved’ College Application letter. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

This time of year, seniors probably have their SAT scores or will be receiving them very soon. And, within a few days, most seniors will be sending out the last of their college applications. There is a nerve-wracking waiting period between December 1st and early spring, when acceptance letters arrive. Most students worry about where they will be attending college next year but don’t think much about their student colleagues. However, maintaining friendships during this time can be tricky. (more…)

Posted June 19, 2014 by

Recent Grads, Have You Thought about Going after Entry Level Jobs with the Reverse Resume?

Most recent graduates have probably not heard of the reverse resume, but it just might help them land entry level jobs.  Learn more about this type of resume in the following post.

What if there was a way to truly land your dream job? I’m not talking about landing your dream job in the world of unicorns and rainbows, but in the real world — the one where you have bills to pay and maybe even mouths to feed. What if you could know what you love to do and get

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Posted May 22, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Getting Tired of Current Entry Level Jobs? 6 Signs You Should Move On

While young professionals might have entry level jobs, that doesn’t mean at some point they will not get tired of them, depending on the situation.  Learn six signs that it is time to move on to another position in the following post.

You worked so hard to get this gig. But something just doesn’t feel right. Is it time for a new job? Sometimes the clues are blatant, such as having a subordinate promoted above you or having your office — or your parking spot — taken away. Other indications are harder to assess; they may seem accidental, such

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