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Posted September 02, 2014 by

Tough in Your Search for Entry Level Jobs? Words to Inspire You for Success

While those of you searching for entry level jobs might sometimes feel like giving up, hopefully the following post can inspire you to keep going.

Job Search can be stressful and take much longer that you expect. It’s not easy to go through the pressure at times. Success comes to those who keep going, positively, enthusiastically and with a plan. Here are some inspiring sayings that might motivate you or help carry on when the going gets tough: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Don’t Quit When things

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Posted July 16, 2014 by

Are You Giving Recruiters a Reason to Network with You?

If you’re asking recruiters to network with you for no reason, don’t expect them to necessarily do so.  Learn more in the following post.

I am a recruiter. I work for a highly recognizable organization. I am well connected. I know people who know people. That is why you reached out to me, right? Well… maybe not…

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Posted June 20, 2014 by

Did You Find an Internship or Summer Job? Your Performance Can Affect a Future Job Search

Congratulations on your search to find an internship or summer job!  Now that you have found a position, you must prove yourself to your boss.  The following post explains that your performance could impact another job search in the future.

We are in the midst of summer. A lot of students are working. Many are in jobs that are not internships in their potential future field. Plain and simple, millions are working to sock away some money. So let’s say you have ‘a job.’ You don’t love it. Maybe you don’t even like it. It


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Posted March 05, 2014 by

The Interview for Your Entry Level Job is Over. Now What?

If you’re having a tough time waiting on an answer following an interview for an entry level job, the following post suggests how to make the best of this time.

The interview itself went well. You’ve talked about your strengths, your weaknesses, how much you’ve always had a passion for (insert job type here) and attempted a joke about the interviewer’s lack of sleep. (There’s a photo of a baby on her desk.) Now comes the hard part…

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

Uncomfortable About Something on Your Entry Level Job? The Difference Between Tattling and Telling

We all want to feel safe in the workplace and fit in with our coworkers.  However, if there comes a time on your entry level job when you feel uncomfortable about a situation and want to report it, make sure you know the difference between tattling and telling.  Learn more in the following post.

Since grade school, authority figures have embedded in our minds the key differences between tattling on someone and telling someone information they need to know. Little did we know these definitions would be essential terms that would carry over into the workplace. What’s the difference? Tattling: ratting out a coworker so

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Posted December 12, 2013 by

How to Respond to the “Tell Me About Yourself” Question When Interviewing for Recent Graduate Jobs

If you don’t like talking about yourself, then the “tell me about yourself” question during an interview might stump you.  So, for anyone who is asked this question when interviewing for recent graduate jobs, the following post has advice on how to respond.

Your natural impulses when it comes to answering the interview question “So tell me a little about yourself” are likely all wrong. You’ve got a big interview coming up. How do you prepare? If you’re a regular Brazen reader, you know the answer: research the company, polish


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Posted November 25, 2013 by

Start Your Entry Level Job on a Good Note with Your Boss

When starting an entry level job, it is a good idea to make a positive first impression with everyone, including your boss.  The following post has some tips to get you off to a good start with your boss.

Getting ahead in the workplace starts with making sure you show up on time and deliver solid, dependable work. If you’re new to an office and looking to get in your manager’s good graces, here are a few ways to start. Work the way your boss works Everyone has a different work

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Posted November 14, 2013 by

Internship Finder, 8 Ways to Maximize Your Experience

As an internship finder, it’s important to make the most of your experience so that you can boost your chances of getting a job down the road.  Check out eight ways to maximize your internship in the following post.

Internships are no longer optional… in today’s entry-level job market, they are de facto necessity to get your resume even reviewed by a hiring manager. No matter what you’ve done to this point, there’s a chance to improve, and there’s a chance to turn negative opinions into positive ones — and positive opinions

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Posted October 30, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Want to Build Good Relationships on Your Recent Graduate Jobs? Tips that can Make a Difference

If young professionals decide to build good relationships in their recent graduate jobs, they could benefit later on in their careers.  In the following post, learn some tips that can make a difference in achieving this goal.

What if you could get any job you wanted, be the first person in your company to get promoted and make everyone crave to work with you? Top performers know that if they lost their job on Friday, they could make a few phone calls, send a few emails and have

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Posted September 23, 2013 by

Are There Personal Issues Affecting Your Search for Jobs for College Students?

Jobs for college students may be tough enough to find when you don’t have any personal issues, but imagine if you have some affecting your search. In the following post, get an example of the latter and advice on handling such a situation.

Hello Fellow/Fella Professionals! As a new contributor here, I would like to say “hi” and let you know I welcome your input/feedback. Speaking of which, feedback in terms of Beth Berk seeking a new job! How many actually have received some good feedback lately? If so

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